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moder

(ˈməʊdə)
n
(Physical Geography) an intermediate layer in humus
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Objective: MODER vision is cost-effective, energy-efficient and user-oriented refurbishment of buildings as part of the global energy system.
JERUSALEM, May 19, 2015 (WAFA) Swedish State Secretary for International Development Cooperation Ulrika Moder, who is currently visiting Palestine, announced on Tuesday a contribution of SEK 40 million ($4.
Best known for her role in the blockbuster movie "Pretty Woman," Julie Roberts and husband Danny Moder are making a lot of buzz due to their crumbling marriage.
Julia and her director husband Danny Moder, who she married in 2002, already have nine-year-old twins Hazel and Phinnaeus, and six-year-old Henry.
Customers will benefit from a more moder n environment as well as increased opening hours.
The well-known humus forms sequence mull [right arrow] moder [right arrow] mor was used as the basis of the characterization of the HC types of mineral soils by their formation nature.
The 44-year-old actress, who has three children with husband Danny Moder wishes to set up a base on the Pacific islands so she can "live off the land" and surf all the time.
Roberts is married to cameraman Danny Moder and has three children— Henry Moder and twins Hazel Moder and Phinnaeus "Finn" Moder.
The license was given to an Iraqi investor to establish a hospital in Kut, which will include 100 beds and five surgery rooms with moder equipments," Sadeq Howeidi told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Her husband, veteran cinematographer Danny Moder, is also said to share her love for India and the Indians.
But now Julia, 42, is happily married to cameraman Danny Moder and has three children - and EUR100million.
The 2-letter word MO can be extended by one letter at a time up to the 9-letter MODERNEST, with all combinations being allowable words in international Scrabble: MO, MOD, MODE, MODER, MODERN, MODERNE, MODERNES, MODERNEST Seven of these are found in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, 4th Edition, 2006.