doup

doup

(daʊp)
n
1. the bottom of an egg-shell
2. Scot the buttocks
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com/world/live/2016/jul/06/oscar-pistorius-sentenced-murder-reeva-steenkamp-live) Doup De Bruyn , a lawyer who represented the family, said: "There is nothing [the family] can do about the sentence.
It thereby shows less wear at healds and doup frames, despite the higher speed.
Doup of the Chief Nyoul Deng changed to Ardieba, Kang-a Diat of the Chief Acien Yor named as el Hamara, Pieny Gaut of the Chief Diing Majok changed to el Grief.
From Stan's researches Karenza Storey, from Harbottle in Northumberland, wrote a poem based on field names like Jobs Field, Jockeys Field, Juniper Haugh Waste, Obelisk, Shovelbred, Featherblow, Improvement, Estnoyke, Light Pipe, Ligger, Divshey Dike, Dirty Doup, Sweeting Roods and Swanlawflat.
2 million ounces of gold at the Doup and Benteng deposits.
American Express found average costs to the age of one include pounds 177 for mum's pregnancy clothes and toiletries, pounds 410 to doup a nursery, buy a cot and bedding, pounds 312 for a pram and car seat, pounds 380 on babycare products, pounds 960 for formula milk and food, pounds 280 on clothes and pounds 500 for disposable nappies.
2 million ounces of gold was previously reported at the Doup and Benteng deposits.
The Hulu Sita prospect, itself, lies to the northwest of the Doup and Benteng deposits.
15 grams per ton (g/t), was estimated for the Doup and Benteng prospects based on drilling to September 1996.
INTERIM INFERRED RESOURCE ESTIMATE DOUP AND BENTENG DEPOSITS Prospect Cut-Off Tonnes Grade Au Oz.
2 million ounces of gold was estimated for the Doup and Benteng prospects based on 12 months of drilling through September 1996.