WHEM

AcronymDefinition
WHEMWorld Harvest Eagle Ministries
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The scholarship of al-ImEm al-TurmudhE is further apparent whem he mention branch of matters in the contents of respective chapters by digging out the branch of matters via istinbEI from the hadith.
Justified favouritism whem romping home over course and distance ten days ago.
So it was a boost to Walsall whem Gerrard, 22 next month, penned a new deal.
He absolutely hacked up on that occasion whem slamming Castle Howard by four lengths and I immediately marked him down as a possible winner of the race I will always know as the Bessborough, now the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes.
A minute later Elliott missed a golden chance whem he reached a Paul Brayson cross at the far post but failed to beat Buxton from two yards.
(24.) Muller IS, de Grauw WJC, van Gerwen WHEM, Bartelink ML, van Den Hoogen HJM, Rutten GEHM.
This is the first series presented by Dave Morice in November 2002 (it has one typo, xHEM instead of wHEM).
The move marks a "significant pace-change" in the regeneration of the Wood End, Henley Green, Manor Farm and Deedmore Road (WHEM) area.
Patsy Kensit will be back in the news whem she's linked with yet another rock star.
The boreholes indicate the subsurface is made up to the depth of 80 m of a sequence of low permeable and high permeable layers, whem the last once are the main aquifers.
Um uso mais raro e mais arcaico (seculo XVI): to impregnate, to copulate: "whem a male hath once seasoned the female, he never after touches her".