Abit


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A`bit´


1.3d sing. pres. of Abide.
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Really, Master Copperfield,' he said, '- I should say Mister, but I know you'll excuse the abit I've got into - you're so insinuating, that you draw me like a corkscrew
In principal the ABIT's petition is confidential, but ABIT focuses on the 240% increase in apparel imports during 2007 to 2011 accompanied by a significant decrease in domestic production.
Third: 1 Fear Zafonic, 2 Goldcrest King, 3 Farloe Merlin, 4 Droopys Kez (m), 5 Turar Abit (m), 6 Westmead Class (m).
Not widely travelled assumption" and the list went abit further even to suggest he is not the answer to America's problems
Abit of "previous" at Brighton's tricky track is important and SAGUNT (4.
We knewwehadtoimprovequite abit from the first Test and we did that, but I think we can still improve quite a bit more," said Anderson, who will lead the attack in Napier tomorrow night.
Perhaps I am spoilt by the southern approach to these malls were you can visit/shop/ meet people/go for a meal, take the kids and allow them abit of freedom to look around in the shops whilst you sit and have a coffee.
Most things are abit of truth, abit of fabrication and a bit of gloss.
And she even joined them on stage for abit of aboogie and some singing while her baby sister Loucie, aged one, was hardly aware what all the fuss was about.
But he said: "The result is abit harsh for Sparta because they had two or three great chances - but they didn't take them and Robin punished them at the end.
Building brand recognition is Bahia Beach's defense, and its attack mode is targeting niche markets, says Fernando Pimentel, ABIT superintendent.
Prince Harry's teammate, Matt Cudmore, 17, said: 'It was just abit of a slip and he was fine.