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Cen´try


n.1.See Sentry.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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NEW CENTURY SHIPBUILDING GROUP consisting of NEW CENTRY SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD., NEW TIMES SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.
The night at the 13th Centry former friary will be welcoming witch, wizard and warlock guests from 7pm while chefs will be hard at work on the cauldron magic-ing up their three-course feast.
Of special note is her Preface (Chili in the Twenty-First Centry) and her Introduction (Chili, the Irresistible Passion).
Measuring 32 inches, the 17th Centry Ivory Crucifix repatriated from Spain is the largest one in the Philippines today.
Egg production in a coastal seabird, the Glaucous-winged Gull (Lnrus giaucescens), declines during the last centry. PLoS ONE 6: e22027.
Centry Home Video and TMW Media Group have a large number of productions available for streaming, including "The Tempest," "Othello," "King Lear" and more.
This encouraging development represented the slowest growth in emissions in nearly a quarter of a centry (aside from immediately following the financial crisis).
There are many ceramics traditions in Japan, from finely decorated porcelain, which has been imported into the west since the 1600s, to the more sober folk art brought to the West's attention by Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada in the early 20th centry, to the modern Wester-influenced contemporary scene.
Avaliacao do Centry Port como acesso unico (Less Laparoscopic Single Sight Surgery) na realizacao de criptorquidectomia laparoscopica: estudo experimental em coelhos: (Oryctolagus cuniculus).
"Once Sanderson Farms got behind this project (last year), our goal was to stay ahead of Joe," said Johnny Lang, president of Centry Club Charities, which helps promote charities through golf.