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MIREModel Inventory of Roadway Elements (US DOT)
MIREMission Interministérielle Recherche Expérimentation (French: Interministerial Mission Research Experiment)
MIREMerauke Integrated Rice Estate (Indonesia)
MIREModerately Interesting Ruby Exercise (computer graphics)
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When the horses were swollen out to about twice their natural dimensions (there seems to be an idea here, that this kind of inflation improves their going), we went forward again, through mud and mire, and damp, and festering heat, and brake and bush, attended always by the music of the frogs and pigs, until nearly noon, when we halted at a place called Belleville.
Newtondale SSSI is one of the most important nature conservation sites in North Yorkshire and it is particularly noted for its post-glacial valley landscape with ancient woodlands and extensive semi-natural grassland and mire vegetation.
The police came around 0700 in the morning and ordered the closure of the two stations, they had a letter signed by the Information Minister Mohamed Muse Diriye," Mire said.
'Most students are eager to learn because they know education can change the state of their home country, but they get demoralised every time the government threatens to close the camp,' Mire said.
Murphy said: "It's tough because we want to be fighting at the top end of the table, but we're down at the bottom in the mire.
Police were told byTfLin October, 2017 that Mire had been responsible for the assault on September 24 in Hackney.
In his new role, Mire will be responsible for business development and growth in Baton Rouge and surrounding area markets.
That challenging total set by the Zimbabweans was thanks mainly to Mire, who helped his team recover from the dismissal of Cephas Zhuwao from the very first ball of the morning.
When Zaman skied Mire to depart for 47, Pakistan needed more than eight runs an over from the last eight overs, but Ahmed's innings of calm precision kept them up with the asking rate.
Zimbabwe: Solomon Mire, Cephas Zhuwao, Hamilton Masakadza (capt), Tarisai Musakanda, Peter Moor (wk), Elton Chigumbura, Ryan Burl, Tendai Chisoro, Chris Mpofu, Blessing Muzarbani, Wellington Masakadza.
Opener Mire played a brilliant knock of 94 runs off 63 balls with the help of six fours and half a dozen sixes.
Somalian Mire will serve a minimum of eight-and-ahalf years before being eligible for parole and will begin his sentence at Broadmoor secure hospital.