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potin

(ˈpɒtã̃)
n
(Archaeology) a bronze alloy with high tin content, formerly used in the manufacture of coins
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The government of India, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) has Plan for two-laning of Potin to Pangin section under Arunachal Pradesh Package of Roads and Highways of SARDP-NE.
"Save us before it is too late." We know that you got bored from our blood pictures But We will continue appealing to you Bashar Al-assad, potin and khaminei killed our childhood Save us before it is too late What is the world, which can send machines to the martian and can't do anything to stop killing people pic.twitter.com/QtVVWidkzx -- muhammad najem (@muhammadnajem20) January 15, 2018
(27.) Yann Potin. <<Le passeur et la barriere>>, Archives de sciences sociales des religions, 159 (2012), p.
Ruvbl1 (or Tip48, potin) belongs to the AAA+ ATPase (ATPase associated with multiple activities) family [36].
(5.) Bellini C, Monti M, Potin M, Dalle Ave A, Bille J, Greub G.
According to Coze Annie-Claude & Potin Yvan there are external and internal variables [4].
[39.] Paul D, Vega-Briceno, Potin L, Ferres M, Pulgar M, Garcia D, Holmgren D, Sanchez I.
Denner Manthay Potin (1), Gilberto Santos Andrade (2) *, Rhayra Zanol Pereira (3), and Samir Oliveira Kassab (1)
Hedge accounting in the Brazilian stock market: effects on the quality of accounting information, disclosure, and information asymmetry, by Silas Adolfo Potin, Patricia Maria Bortolon, and Alfredo Sarlo Neto.
(25.) Vega-Briceno LE, Pulgar BD, Potin SM, Ferres GM, Sanchez DI.
I started drinking beer as a teenager and remember sticking out like a sore thumb, clutching a traditional pint potin a bar while my friends supped cocktails.