YON


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YONFuel Oil Barge (Non Self-Propelled)
YONYarn Over Needle
YONYard Oiler Navy (fuel barge; US Navy)
YONDistrict Barge, Fuel Oil (US Navy)
YONYouth Opportunities Network, Inc. (California)
YONYouth Orchestra of the Netherlands (national orchestra)
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'Alam mo, the fact alone na hindi humingi yung recipient from the very beginning eh alam natin na matino yon,' he said.
Yon was unsure what drug was used to poison the boys.
Yon: Ha sido muy facil porque Aitor es muy talentoso, nos conocemos bien y tenemos mucha complicidad.
Den Anfang machen die "Genealogien yon Heimat," welche einerseits die Vertextlichung von Heimatvorstellungen bei kanonischen Autoren des neunzehnten und zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts beleuchten (Boa, Helmut J.
Won Tong Yon will be attending the forum as a member of the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee rather than as deputy director of his department.
Mikdad and Gil Yon on Friday in New York on the sidelines of the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
Yon Far Country is a memoir of a woman born and raised in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, but it is also a memoir of a particular community.
"State DOT&PF employees and consultants worked extremely hard to increase the number of projects going to bid in 2010," emphasized yon Scheben.
Yon, who is a Special Forces vet, who posts regular dispatches from the front at michaelyon-online.com is careful about how his pictures are distributed and used.
A self-financed, self-taught combat journalist and photographer whose reports from the field have won him a wide following, Michael Yon joined an American unit as it crossed the line of departure for the second phase of The Surge and headed for Diyala province and the al Qaeda stronghold of Baqubah.
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Around 1992, a water pipe owned by Alcoa burst on von Gonten's property, creating a large depression that the company filled with five or six truckloads of" "soil." Suspicious of what the company had used for fill, yon Gonten sought legal advice from Austin-based attorney Michelle McFaddin.