astun

astun

(əˈstʌn)
vb (tr)
to amaze, bewilder or stupefy
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In the incident at about 8.40am, the situation became chaotic asTun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was giving a speech when Mohamed Hanipa who was standing on the extreme right of the line-up of ministers and deputy ministers of JPM suddenly collapsed on stage.
Mike Saunt, CEO of Astun Technology, another new customer of ISMS.Online, felt this new initiative is really positive.
Some minor FAs were not detected in previously published data (Astun et al., 1990; Abdel-Aal and Attia, 1993).
Astun, valle de Canfranc, 30TYN04, 1650 m, en matorral de Calluna y Vaccinium, cuarcitas, 28-VII-2000, Burgaz, MACB 96719.
Astun in Spain was also good value at PS109.44, with Betchtesgaden in Germany and Kranjska Gora in Slovenia also budget-friendly.
Steve Hodge, Astun Villa's unsettled midfield star, was last night handed an invitation to become an established England player.
Huesca: Astun, valle de Canfranc, 30TYN04, matorral de Callunavulgaris y Vaccinium myrtillus con Pinus uncinata, cuarcitas, 1650 m, 28-VII-2000, A.