gup


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gup

(ɡʌp)
n
gossip
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On March 2, a complaint was lodged against the Tendu Gup Nima Dukpa by the former gup of Tendu Pema Wangchuk for gambling in public domain.
Beside these months there are special periods like Gup and Sul or Suel.
Slender, who also goes by the names Mark Wilson, Guppy and Gup, was sentenced to seven years in prison for possession of class A drugs with intent to supply charges.
Although real estate busts and booms and excessive financial leverage have played key roles in previous financial and economic crises, Gup (banking, U.
The Gup B There are several very cool vehicles in the Octonauts, but Kwazi Kitten's submarine, with painted-on eyes and teeth, and extra-turbo boost, just pips the rest.
The analysis showed that the heat release of wood was decreased considerably by treatment with GUP-B, the synergistic fire-retardant effect between GUP and boric acid was strong, and the char formation of the wood was markedly accelerated by the presence of GUP-B.
GUP is the owner and developer of the 910-room Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel and a joint venture between IGB Corporation Berhad (KUL:IGB) and Stapleton Development Ltd, with the latter being a subsidiary of New World Development Co Ltd (HKG:0017), or NWD.
Summin gup his defence case, Stephen Kamlish QC said Muslims Kafeel Ahmed and Bilal Abdulla looked down on Asha because of his focus on work and family rather than the afterlife.
TED GUP, professor of journalism at Case Western Reserve University and author, most recently, of Nation of Secrets: The Threat to Democracy and the American Way of Life, in The Chronicle of Higher Education, (April 11, 2008)
After a 10-year career exposing secrets in newspapers and magazines, and two years studying the subject, Gup writes about his concern that "Today America is a nation of secrets, an increasingly furtive land where closed doors outnumber open ones and where it is no longer 'the right to know' but 'the need to know' that is the measure against which access is determined.