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Ard

(ärd), in the Bible. 1 Son of Benjamin. 2 Benjamite, perhaps the same as (1.) An alternate form is Addar.
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If the resident was offered the vaccine by the ARD, and the facility knows it will receive its supply of vaccine after the ARD, a response of "unable to determine" (a dash) is allowable.
The incubation period for adenovirus ARD is generally [is less than or equal to] 10 days (5,6).
The advent of private television has eroded over three per cent of the ARD audience, but less than two per cent of ZDF's.
As the clock ticked down Ards began to pile forward and Willie Faulkner held his head in frustration on 82 minutes when his low drive was pushed past the post.
When you complete your OMRA on day 23, as you have planned, the new RUG level takes effect on the ARD of that off-cycle assessment.
The ARD-Starpoint facility processes the ARD Service, Das Erste, distributes the ARD-Bouquets via satellite, cable and IPTV, carries out the national and international TV and radio service exchange, and manages the common ARD core network platforms.
APS is proud to support NAU's environmental vision of the ARD facility," said Daniel Froetscher, general manager, APS Northern Arizona Customer Service.
Neither Atlas, nor ARD have been notified of any salvage material leaving the site that was above NRC standards for safe release.
ARD intends to commercially exploit timber resources and their derivatives in New Guinea and elsewhere in the world pursuant to a proposed marketing agreement that it plans to enter into with AA.
ARDS needed to win this one to have any hope of avoiding relegation but instead they could only grab one point.
The expression acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) emerged from the American-European Consensus Conference on ARDS in 1994.
ARDS still languish at the foot of the table following this narrow defeat at Ballyskeagh.