instr.

instr.

abbr.
1. instructor
2. instrument
3. instrumental
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Both LEFT and RIGHT can be used effectively with INSTR. For example, we didn't have to use MID functions.
Dep't of Def., Instr. 1035.01, Telework Policy para.
The tracks are "Latin Heat" (2:38), "Hip Hoppin' Groove Mooves" (2:29), "In a Mumbai Mood" (2:25), "Country Stroll" (3:38), "Hustle Bustle" (2:47), "Rockin' Aerobics" (3:03), "Bluegrass Stomp" (2:12), "Disco Disco" (3:11), "Bop N Roll" (2:30), "Rap Zap" (2:55), "Classic Cool Down" (3:12), "Surfin' the Brain Wave" (1:14), "Mariachi Mind Moves" (1:05), "Timeout" (1:12), "Latin Heat Instrumental" (2:38), "Hip Hoppin' Instr." (2:29), "Mumbai Mood Instr." (2:25), "Hustle Bustle Instr." (2:47), "Rockin' Aerobics" (3:03), "Bluegrass Stomp" (2:12).
of Rites, Instr. Inter Qecumenici, 20-31; canon 838) stands as a guarantee of the authenticity of the translations and their fidelity to the original texts.
Oxford Instr. (Superconductivity) FYE 31-Mar $121.6
(24) BENCHBOOK, supra note 2, instr. 5-11-2; United States v.
AMETEK (Electronic Instr.) FYE 31-Dec $1,199.8 18.0%