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birn

- The socket in a clarinet or other woodwind into which the mouthpiece fits.
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After being allowed to go back to Serbia in 2014, Seselj returned to politics and is currently an MP, BIRN Justice Report reports.
Tsekova told BIRN that the time limit for the CPC to announce its decision is short, so the company does not expect critical postponement of the construction process.
Assembly should be constituted and Assembly President should demand President Ivanov to give the term in 10 days", stated Arifi for BIRN.
Robert Stephen Ford, the US ambassador to Syria from 2011 to 2014, told BIRN and the OCCRP that the trade is coordinated by the American secret service, the CIA, and expedited via Turkey and the Gulf States.
When BIRN and OCCRP asked what checks were made to verify the weapons exported to Saudi Arabia would not be diverted to conflicts in Syria or Yemen, the Ministry of Economy, which grants arms export licences, responded that the Foreign Ministry checks the validity of end-user certificates "on the basis of the available diplomatic and consular ties.
We bought the Vald Birn site in 2006 and it has been a long haul to get where we are now.
As Birn points out: 'If isolated technical approaches result in a few sustained health gains, historical evidence suggests that laissez-faire economic growth, with no focus on wealth distribution is likely to provoke "the four Ds of disruption, deprivation, disease and death"'.
Mr Birn said: "The research shows there needs to be a better explanation of what is going to happen with transport development in the region.
A growing number of CI-enhanced science communities, like BIRN, are becoming functionally complete and the place where the leading-edge investigators in the field need to be.
Left, Nigel Hastilow, Robin Birn, Sir Bernard Zissman; Above, Natalie Verney, David Garrigan, Sorrel Alexander; Below left, Mark Jones, Helen Arthur, David Bartlett; Below right, Councillor John Alden, Bob Michaelson, Tony Supperstone, Graham Owen; Above, Neil Reddington, Debbie Walsh, David Draycott, Trevor Payne; Left, Laurence Brown, Angela Agnew, Neil Mackay
Birn Fine Art has now made these exquisite works available in exclusive limited editions.
The fear and anxiety result in avoidance, which furthers the deterioration of the teeth, leaving the person with feelings of guilt, shame, and inferiority (Moore, Brodsgaaurd & Birn, 1991).