abater


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abater

(əˈbeɪtə)
n
a person who or thing which abates
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ABater Opticians in Morriston has been acquired by Tony Stout, a current practitioner at the optometrists with more than 30 years' experience in the industry.
O acordo dizia respeito a competencia do autor de abater gado em Santa Cruz, fornecendo carne verde a populacao da cidade do Rio de Janeiro.
Curry called the DEP, and a state inspector and licensed asbestos abater returned to the site on Sept.
The handsome ginseng, a slow-maturing deciduous perennial herb with leaves oblanceolate or lanceolate, has been heralded as an energy and sex enhancer, stress reducer, disease fighter and aging abater.
Tinham acabado de abater mais arvores para 'limpar' as casas da possibilidade da investida dos ratos, e das lynguas de fogo.
The abater in the Hot Springs case knew of regulations; he was taking some steps," Stille says.
While even State officials concede the XRF, as it is known, is unreliable when dealing with low lead levels that they identify as a mean reading of 2 milligrams of lead per square centimeter or less, lead abater Jeffrey Brown nevertheless says certain types of XRF equipment are more reliable and cheaper than laboratory tests.
If this condition is not satisfied, the expense of achieving a given amount can be cut by having the low-cost abater reduce pollution by an additional unit and the high-cost one do so by a unit less.
Adepto da filosofia estoica, o imperador nao se deixava abater pelas dificuldades da vida [.
taxes encourage high-cost abaters to pay more taxes and low-cost abaters