Eyr


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(âr)
n.1.Air.
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Maintaining market value assessments but using the EYR rather than the current tax rate also exhibits a substantial increase in property tax liability over the current method (Scenario 1) for agricultural property owners.
These selected proposals will receive networking resources from the EYR partner NRENs ESnet, Funet, Internet2, Janet, and SURFnet, as well as resources from the affiliate partners AARNet, DFN and GEANT.
As to the net contribution of economic, although the feedback emergy of the two systems appears to be the same, the EYR of BPF system is about 1.57 times more than that of BPC systems, because the BPF system has much more yield emergy, which means that the BPF system has low cost, good production efficiency, high emergy utilization efficiency, and competitiveness.
= Commercial, Initial LW = Live weight at the beginning of the experiment (g), Finish LW = Live weight at the end of the experiment (g), FI = Daily feed intake (g), FCR = Feed conversion ratio, EYR = Egg yield ratio (%) 1Doses are in mg/kg 2 Means presented by different letters are significantly different at 5%
with mezzanine costs about EUR 7,000 a month in Nicosia, EUR 4,239 in Limassol, EUR 3,433 in Larnaca, EUR 2,383 in Paphos and EYR 1,525 in the Famagusta- Paralimni area.
Yng nghwmni Kenneth Brassil mae'n ymweld ag Ogof Pen-y-fai ym Mro Gw eyr. Yma ym 1823 darganfuwyd sgerbwd "dynes goch Pen-y-fai" cafodd ei gladdu bron i 30,000 o flynyddoedd yn l.
The narrator derides the Norman takeover as an invasion of 'straunge men' against the 'ri[??]htest eyr' Harold, as an act of treason against England (20.60-61, 84).
"'But he were king, or kinges Eyr ...': Morris's Re-Telling of Havelok." Journal of the William Morris Society 10.4 (1994): 28-39.
(3) The first manuscript of the 'Rubaiyat' was made between spring 1871 and 16 October of the next year as a birthday present for Burne-Jones's wife Georgiana, to whom Morris had already given a manuscript with a few poems entitled 'A Book of Verse', and an illuminated version of a translation from the Icelandic, 'The Story of the Dwellers of Eyr' (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, no.
Wel wiste he why, and what thereof he mente, For with that faire cheyne of love he bond The fyr, the eyr, the water, and the lond In certeyn boundes, that they may nat flee...
Eyretel (London: EYR), a global provider of voice and data recording, quality monitoring, and analysis systems for customer experience management, has developed a breakthrough new capability for call centers that enables management to analyze recordings of customer calls using cutting-edge natural language speech recognition technology.