refence

refence

(riːˈfɛns)
vb (tr)
(Building) building trades to provide (something) with a fence again
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The first ever Kyrgyz-Qatar political consultations took place in Bishkek at the level of Deputy Foreign Ministers Nurlan Abdrakhmanov and Ahmad Al Hammadi,Kabarwith refence to the the press service of the Minstry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan reported.
They will do so by presenting hymns and phonetic improvisations from both traditions -- which have as their central refence point Bach's Goldberg Variations.
These data can be obtained from the CDC or national refence laboratories.
This is an authorized translation of GIMP Manuel de refence pour l'edition d'images en logiciel libre, published by Pearson Education, France in 2010.
Marjorie McNinch, refence archivist at Hagley Museum & Library, for her help.
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This refence of Kashmir as an 'occupied territory' comes just a day after Mirwaiz demanded inclusion of genuine Kashmiri leadership in the dialogue process between Pakistan and India for bringing about a permanent settlement to the Kashmir dispute.
La Terre en science est une source refence d'activites pedagogiques interdisciplinaires visant a accroitre le contenu en sciences de la Terre du programme secondaire des ecoles canadiennes.
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