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yr.

abbr.
1. year
2. your
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yr. 127,638), the BMW Group achieved its best-ever February sales result.
yr. 5,470), and in Russia where sales jumped by 28.0% to 3,261 units (prev.
In a cross-sectional study, serum dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DS) concentrations were measured in 981 men and 481 women, aged 11-89, yr. The resulting data were asymetrically distributed and were normalized by logarithmic transformation and analyzed by 5-yr age grouping (e.g.
Regarding the shared fiscal resources, the capital Sana'a was ranked first in the collection of these resources with a total sum of about YR 4.2 billion, followed by Hodeidah province with YR 1.3 billion and Taiz province with one billion YR.
Cost-consciousness throughout Europe (40 countries) may be one of the reasons there are only 11 TAD machines in five countries, with a total capacity of between 500,000-600,000 metric tons yr. That's less than 10% of Europe's more than 7 million metric tons/yr capacity.
Wirral Programme of Events Primary: May 8,Heat 2,outdoor athletics competition,Year 6 and below, 7 schools, Oval Sports Centre, 4-6pm (84 participants); May 9, Heat 4, girls football comp, Yr. 6 and below, 40 schools, Oval Sports Centre 4-6pm(400 participants); May 10, gymnastics competition, Years 3-4,10 schools competing,(150 Participants) Oval Sports Centre, 2-5pm; May 17,Wirral Mini Games 2003,high 5 netball, tag rugby, girls football finals, Yr.6 and below, 28 schools, Oval Sports.
touring/ yr. Weeks of work: entire year (13 months salary).