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ozs

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ozs.

abbreviation for
(Units) ounces
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The Exhibit illustrates that OZs offer after-tax return outperformance in every scenario.
Speakers will discuss OZs in great detail and cover how to maximize benefits for your firm.
In third place from the beach was Dave Pilcher with a codling and two silver eels for 2lb 5 ozs.
Caption: At 2.9 ozs. all closed up, it can easily be carried loose in the pocket.
Even though it is only 27 ozs. with its anodized aluminum frame, it's still quite pleasant to shoot and I've no problem putting 300 rounds through it in one session.
Scoop out about 4fl ozs of the cooking water, add it to the pan to stop the cooking of everything, and slide the pan off the heat.
With a ladle or a measuring cup, scoop out about 4 fl ozs of the cooking water, add it to the pan to stop the cooking of everything, and slide the pan from the heat.
The company stated that the WBJV Project 1 Platinum Mine is modelled to produce 275,000 4E ozs (platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold) per year.
The infant was born on Tuesday weighing a 7lbs 6 ozs.
Of the 645,000 ozs in the Inferred resource category, 137,000 ozs (21%) are reported to be contained in the oxide material.
Pistol weighs 24 ozs. with an all-black bonded PK2 finish, low-profile combat sights with Trijicon tritium inserts, frontstrap checkering and G10 grips.
* Current requirement for meat/ meat alternative is 1.5-3 ozs equivalent daily average (over 5 days).