Cest


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(sĕst)
n.1.A woman's girdle; a cestus.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Cest le feu!" said Isidor, running to the balcony.
1600 CEST EU FCCI Flash Consumer Confidence Indicator
Previously, DOST also conducted physico-chemical water testing on the same water sources as part of the CEST intervention on water sanitation.
To obtain a CEST image, a z-spectrum is first collected by applying a train of presaturation pulses across a range of resonance frequencies, typically [+ or -] 5-7 ppm with water set to 0 ppm, to identify all endogenous exchanging protons in a tissue of interest.
An informed source at EGYPTAIR stated that Flight no MS804,which departed Paris at 23:09 (CEST),heading to Cairo has disappeared from radar.
Shareholders who hold their Ordinary Shares through an Admitted Institution must make their acceptance known via their custodian, bank or stockbroker prior to 17:40 hours CEST, on 13 May 2016.
The information was released for publication on 24 June 2015 at 08.30 CEST.
On Thursday, shares in Ams were trading at CHFA 45.30 (EUR 42.9/USD 48.3), up 2.37%, as of 1410 CEST in Zurich on Thursday.
Punters seeking profit in Wexford should support Cest Notre Gris, trained locally by Liz Doyle, in the two-mile Barrow Maiden Hurdle.
Doyle is hopeful of a winner and could get off the mark in the second race, the 2m2f maiden hurdle (2.55), in which she saddles Cest Notre Gris.
(PRTC) has won the Caribbean Tourism Organization' top sustainable tourism award, the Caribbean Excellence in Sustainable Tourism (CEST) Award, presented in collaboration with the online community for the travel and tourism industry, TravelMole, reports News Is My Business (Sept.