refence

refence

(riːˈfɛns)
vb (tr)
(Building) building trades to provide (something) with a fence again
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This is with refence to the prohibition on giving donations or gifts in cash or in kind, as contained in Comelec Resolution No.
The Heads of State reiterated their commitment to the Charter of SCO and to the ''Shanghai Spirit'' which includes refence to mutual trust, mutual benefit, equality, consultation, respect for cultural diversity and pursuit of common development.
The Permanent Representative of Kuwait to the United Nations Ambassador Mansour Al-Otaibi NEW YORK, Nov 21 (KUNA) -- The Arab League's position on the Security Council reform process is to demand permanent Arab representation with full terms of refence in the event of any future expansion of the council, Kuwait said.
The first ever Kyrgyz-Qatar political consultations took place in Bishkek at the level of Deputy Foreign Ministers Nurlan Abdrakhmanov and Ahmad Al Hammadi,Kabarwith refence to the the press service of the Minstry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan reported.
Once the complaint is launched, an automatic generated message will be delivered on the given cell phone confirming the receipt of the complaint with a refence number.
They will do so by presenting hymns and phonetic improvisations from both traditions -- which have as their central refence point Bach's Goldberg Variations.
These data can be obtained from the CDC or national refence laboratories.
Here [b.sub.m0], [b.sub.m1], [a.sub.m1], [a.sub.m2] are the refence model parameters.
This is an authorized translation of GIMP Manuel de refence pour l'edition d'images en logiciel libre, published by Pearson Education, France in 2010.
Marjorie McNinch, refence archivist at Hagley Museum & Library, for her help.
Summary of two studies conducted in 2005 Refence Setting Air tightness Type of of building ventilation measured Mulcahy et al.