Grau


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Grau

(graʊ)
n.
Shirley Ann, born 1930, U.S. novelist.
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Contract notice: Asbestos removal and removal work as part of the restoration operation and enhancement of the former lighthouse of the king~s grau
OKLAHOMA CITY A county commission advisory committees preliminary findings suggest separating law enforcement from jail operations via a trust is feasible, chairman Randy Grau said Wednesday.
But Nou Camp bigwig Oscar Grau said yesterday that they will return for Kop idol Coutinho in the New Year.
By JAMES PEARCE BARCELONA chief executive Oscar Grau says they will make another attempt to prise Philippe Coutinho away from Liverpool in January.
Grau insists they haven't given up the chase but Liverpool's stance remains unchanged and they have no intention of selling Coutinho midway through the season.
No norte de Mocambique e comum o uso da previsao meteorologica como forma de anuncio do grau de perigo dos incendios e planificacao das operacoes de prevencao e combate aos incendios florestais.
An internal succession plan does not happen all at once but incrementally, over a decade or more, Grau Sr.
Wrong, according to David Grau, president and founder of FP Transitions.
paisagens com menor grau de hemerobia sao as que possuem baixa dependencia tecnologica e energetica para a manutencao da funcionalidade; alta capacidade de auto-regularao, alto aproveitamento das funcoes da natureza; superficies permeaveis; vegetacao original e fauna/flora nativa.
Spiegel & Grau, an imprint of publishing company Random House has acquired world rights to Prince's memoir, which is expected to be published in 2017.
Diante disso, objetivouse determinar a ocorrencia e o grau de rinite atrofica e pneumonias em suinos hibridos e sem raca definida de criacoes intensivas no estado do Piaui, alem de verificar a associacao entre essas patologias.