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abbreviation for
(Commerce) receipt
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1. receipt.
2. rectangle.
3. rectangular.
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The volleys di- rected against them had had a seeming windlike effect.
Catch rate of legal blue crabs by number was greatest in HEX traps and lowest in 5.08 SQ and RECT traps (Table 1).
Price: pounds 22 from Presents Direct - www.presentsdi rect.comor 020 8246 4366.
The deal, officials said in statement, will link South Sudan to the Regional Electronic Cargo Tracking system (RECTs), which is currently implemented on the Northern Corridor in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) through the respective revenue and customs administrations.
Thirdly, we shall establish effective control over scanning.The Regional Electronic Cargo Tracking System (RECTS) launched in March last year has given customs complete visibility over transit cargo, not just within Kenya, but also across the entire Northern Corridor into Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Split Rects ruler gives you all you need to make perfect units every time: charts for the starting strips, guidelines for cutting the elongated triangles, an angled edge for easy cutting and a trim down section that enables each pieced unit to be quickly and exactly trimmed to the desired size with perfect placement of the angled seam.
He also di rected that due attention be given to impart training to the special persons who have special aptitude for IT related areas.
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I wonder if Neil realises that entire world religions and cathedrals have been built on mere tales of loaves and fishes and of a religious leader who walked on water, replaced a severed ear, gave the blind their sight back, cured leprosy, resur rected several people from their graves, then escaped from his own tomb after he came back from the dead.