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bokor

A voodoo sorcerer.
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Coun Jenny Bokor, the Council's lead member for Loughborough, said: "The Carillon is the town's war memorial and it is only fitting that as the nation commemorates 100 years since the end of the First World War we are able to carry out this significant refurbishment.
New resorts, restaurants and casinos could be coming to Bokor National Park after environment officials endorsed an 'improved' plan for the mountain along with oknha Sok Kong's hotel company, according to the government's news agency.
was advised by Boenning and Scattergood while Johnson Pope Bokor Ruppel and Burns, LLP served as legal counsel.
1) Preliminary investigation of a biological augmentation of rotator cuff repairs using a collagen implant: a 2-year MRl follow-up Bokor, Sonnabend, Deady, Cass, Young, Van Kampen, Arnoczky published in Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal [5(3):144-150] 2015.
Bokor Hill station is a township near Kampot province in Cambodia, and is home to a collection of French colonial style buildings.
Bokors (Bokor yo, plural form in Kreyol) are also the police force of the society or village life, and mitigate the harshest punishment, zombification, in Vodou.
ADHD coaching has been increasingly identified as a useful, important aspect of multimodal treatment for individuals of all ages with ADHD (Barkley, 2015; Bokor & Anderson, 2014; Knouse, CooperVince, Sprich, & Safren, 2008; Kooij, 2013; Miranda, Berenguer, Colomer, & Rosello, 2014; Murphy, 2015; Murphy, Ratey, Maynard, Sussman, & Wright, 2010; Pehlivanidis, 2012; Pfiffner & DuPaul, 2015; Prevatt & Levrini, 2015; Ramsay, 2010; Sarkis, 2014; Sleeper-Triplett, 2008, 2010).
Petronas said, the contract was for the provision of Front-End Engineering Design and Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning of three wellhead platforms for the Bokor Phase III Re-development Project.
Patients who have a rapid early improvement in clinical outcome and/or are less compliant with their rehabilitation are at greater risk of re-tear (Ahmad, Haber, & Bokor, 2015).
Other investigators on this paper include Jeff Bokor, a faculty senior scientist at Berkeley Lab and a professor at UC Berkeley; Chenming Hu, a professor at UC Berkeley; Moon Kim, a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas; and H.