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Noun1.Ullr - (Norse mythology) one of the Aesir known for his beauty and skill with bow and skis; son of Sif and stepson of Thor
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The ULR contract offering includes 194 standard essential patents (SEPs) issued in nearly 20 countries.
Each ULR contract gives the buyer the right to use the asset
The ULR was tested just before the Berger 300-grain VLDs appeared; so 300-grain Sierra MatchKings were tried with three powders.
Recommendation ULR Samurai International 1pt 9-2 Coral
On September 7, 2004, ULR sent an e-mail to Prudential executives indicating that both ULR's and Prudential's positions were in jeopardy because of Cigna's rate quote.
The final regulations coordinate application of the ULR with Regs.
Although not everyone may know Vince's name, they all recognise him as a ULR.
Stepping Stones seems to be a bit of a quirky type but there is no doubt she possesses the ability to take the ULR Norwich Maiden Stakes at Yarmouth.
1) The authors thank Olav Jull Scrensen and Ulr Andersson for stimulating discussions and comments.
San Diego-based ULR was released from litigation by California Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi in return for rejecting overrides and following stringent transparency and disclosure rules, while Garamendi's litigation continues against Cigna, MetLife, Prudential and UnumProvident.
of soliciting false and fraudulent bids, declaring in a statement that the case against ULR "demonstrates that the corrupt practices first laid bare in the Marsh suit are present in additional sectors of the industry.
9+% of residual white blood cells (WBCs) removed by filtration (universal leukocyte reduction [ULR]), regardless of the intended recipient's medical history) (1-9) Great Britain and Canada instituted ULR in 1999, (6) in part for theoretical concerns about blood transmission of variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.