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Acol

(ˈækəl)
n
(Bridge) bridge a popular British bidding system favouring light opening bids and a flexible approach
[C20: named after a club in Acol Road, London]
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Liobians were beaten 1-0 at home by ACOL and Wavertree WDOB won 1-0 against Old Instonians.
John Clement Kuc Acol is the Senior Lawyer in South Sudan, he can be reached at johnayuec@gmail.
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0194 Rank at ETS (E4 omitted) Less than E4 E5 More than E5 ACOL ($1K) Rho Observations 238,419 Retained Separated Bivariate Probit ME SE (ME) Education benefit ($1K) Expected value at entry 0.
While the ACOL model is used and widely accepted by all branches of the military to analyze manpower issues, it has been used in only a few applications outside the military.
Lattimer was charged after police searched his former home at Acol, Kent, last October, sparked by the international child porn crackdown Operation Ore.
Typical shipping and purchasing records contain information that would satisfy the USDA's guidelines for record keeping under the origin labeling guidelines," says ACOL.
The ACOL results provide an estimate of the effect of the financial incentive on the individual's voluntary retention decision.
ACOL curtailed the ambitions of third-placed Waterloo GSOB thanks to a cracking 5-3 away win.
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George Acol Vale, Tagbilaran police chief, described Omus as a "notorious" drug dealer whose customers were usually students and tricycle drivers.