corr.

corr.

abbr.
1. correction
2. correspondent
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Vacancy rates in the Philadelphia metro industrial market reached an all-time low of 4.8 percent in the first quarter of 2019, according to Corr.
"My rule of thumb is to have meat only a couple of times a m week and to match this with two to three servings of fish or shellfish, including some oily fish, such as sardines, salmon, mackerel or tuna," says Dr Corr.
He was born on November 5, 1930 in Elgin the only child of Harold & Mary Ellen Roche Corr. Larry was a 1948 Graduate of St.
A message on its Facebook page said: "We offer our prayers & deepest sympathy to the family & friends of Joleen Corr."
As illustrated in Figure 4 below, changes to modality, treatment location, transfer between programs, and death or treatment withdrawal are collected via CORR.
Lenders are concerned with "compliance, loan quality and efficiency" in this environment, says Corr. He explains that compliance and loan quality reinforce each other, because investors are examining files to ensure they follow the new guidelines.
"It was late and the children were tired and we had sold their beds," said Mrs Corr.
Innately modest, Corr does indulge in one boast: "I am smart at finding good people who make things happen." It works the other way, too: AmeriCorps, which in a recent report signaled the Notre Dame program as one of the four best-managed in the current grant cycle, is smart to keep strong its ties to Corr. Not many like her come along.
The TQM platform will allow CU users to do two things, according to Corr. First, it will more easily make sure the credit union's mortgages comply with the new regulations that are coming in the wake of the financial reform legislation.