WILWWarszawska Izba Lekarsko-Weterynaryjna (Polish: Warsaw Board of Veterinary Lekarsko; Warsaw, Poland)
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Thus, in both WILR and WILW, any residual LILE will mostly be present in clay minerals which are strongly fractionated into the [PM.sub.10], producing a high [PM.sub.10]/[PM.sub.PAR] ratio.
In contrast, the more geochemically mature surface dust samples (WILR, WILW, PN, MLR, GB) all show much lower concentrations in the [PM.sub.pAR] (40-120ppm Zr, <3.5ppm Hf) but higher amounts in the [PM.sub.10] (96-151ppm Zr, 3-4ppm Hf).
|eir repertoire will cover sacred and secular music, from 'Do you hear the people 'sing?' in Les Miserables and 'Zadok the Priest' by Handel to items by Simon and Garfunkel and Vaughan WilW -liams.
Patrick Joseph Connors, 59, and Patrick Dean Connors, 39, both of Greenway Road, Rumney, Cardiff, are in the dock along with WilW -liam Connors, 37, of Trowbridge Green, Cardiff, and Lee Carbis, 34, who is also of Rumney.
Newport's Andrew WilW -liams was second, Nigel Evans of St Mellons in third.
Playing in the regional finals at Dunham Forest near Altrincham, they carded a 10-under par round of 62 to win by two shots ahead of Simon WilW -liamson and Vince Donohoe, of Lytham (Green (Green L Drive) Golf Club; Craig Phillips and Alan Gummery, from Nuneaton Golf Club and a finalist last year; and Freddy Valenti and Jeff Perkin, of Poulton Park Golf Club, who all tied for second spot.
WALES full-back Liam WilW -liams will have just one game at most to prove his fitness ahead of the Six Nations championship.