Saur


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n.1.Soil; dirt; dirty water; urine from a cowhouse.
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Police also collared Saur who was caught in the act of sniffing shabu inside the house of Abeng, police added.
"I was always brainstorming how we could use a telescope in other ways," said Saur.
"This gives us confidence in the measurement," Saur said.
An international company, working in the heart of the Glasgow community, Saur is focused on making the most of this precious commodity and is working alongside well known businesses for the smooth running of their operations.
Meanwhile, Saur, who is helping Pierce lose 20st before the wedding so she can have a life-saving gastric bypass operation, asserted that his fiance's size has never been an issue for him.
The bad days for Saur started some four decades back when its local residents decided to settle permanently about five km away from the main village.
The low-cost water services offered by Saur do not align with Chaussadea[euro](tm)s concept of water distribution in France and internationally, he said at Suez Environnementa[euro](tm)s annual general meeting.
24 May 2013 - French environmental services group Suez Environnement Co SA (EPA:SEV) is not keen on buying the country's third-biggest water utility Saur, whose future is currently being discussed by stockholders and lenders, CEO Jean-Louis Chaussade said as quoted by Bloomberg.
The Commission opened an investigation in January 2012 following unannounced inspections carried out in April 2010 to determine whether Veolia Environnement, Suez Environnement, Saur Group and the trade body Federation professionnelle des entreprises de l'eau (FP2E) had coordinated their behaviour on markets for water supply and waste water treatment in breach of EU competition rules.
Saudi Arabia has the opportunity to become one of the centers of water management in the region and perhaps in the world, according to Olivier Brousse, CEO of SAUR, one of the three leading providers of outsourced services for water authorities in the water and waste management industries in France.
The group formed in 1981 and was first known as Rockin Kurt and his Saur Krauts - thankfully it was shortened to King Kurt a year later.
"Consumers are looking to cut sugar and calories and at the same time we're seeing greater interest in all-natural sweeteners" says Mark Saur, founder and president of the Sparta, Mich.-based company.