fonly

Related to fonly: fondly

fonly

(ˈfɒnlɪ)
adv
obsolete foolishly
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The fonly Whole Foods Market in Mississippi, located in Highland Village in the heart of Jackson, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary Billed as "America's Healthiest Grocery Store," Whole Foods has become an even better shopping destination since being acquired by Amazon, said Masa Liles, general manager of Highland Village.
FOnly the team for the derby provokes as much reaction and debate.
Mubarik (2005) and Hussain (2005) calculated the threshold level of inflation in case of Pakistan fonly but they used linear.cointegraiton and linear error correction model.
The products were transferred to plastic containers with lids, then stored at a temperature of 8[degrees]C, analyzed at the times 24, 48, 72 hours, 7 days and 28 days (at 28 days, fonly T1 was analyzed because the other products were deteriorated).
Fonly the o "It psych and m ull of hope, Ian was swiftly referred to leading ophthalmic surgeon Professor Christopher Liu at the Sussex Eye Hospital in Brighton, the surgeon in the UK who performs operation.
another periodic loss of conceduring a distracted first half fonly one more chance to sto the visitors midway throusecond half and McAllister hinto Neil Alexander's arms wthere was the offer of a bette ending for Peterhead.
Next, using Equation 1, we write firm 2's expected profits on curve CD as a function of [k.sub.1] and Fonly. Finally, we use the fact that firm 2's profits at point D are equal to those at point G.
So loving and caring| fonly we were there to help you, you had so much to live for.