entered a three-year employment with a major Far Eastern charterer for a minimum rate that exceeds the vessel's all-in breakeven rate.
This development will increase our ownership at Arion
to 694,000 square feet and to over 1.
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, and eXtremeVDSL2 are trademarks of Centillium Communications, Inc.
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In Stemmen uit Afrika (1957), gepubliseer as heel eerste uitgawe van die tydskrif Antilliaanse Cahiers, vier Frank Martinus Arion
van Curacao Afrika as kulturele voedingsbron en beeld hy 'n trots in swartwees en Afrika uit.
A critic, journalist, librettist, and screenwriter, Arion
began as a poet in the 1960s, publishing a verse collection in 1966.
Also taking home a trophy was Arion
Madahar, whose dark brown eyes and gorgeous grin made him a favourite with readers.
Two large, warty species of roundbacked slug, the Arion
Vulgaris and the Arion
Empiricorum, were found in the east of England.
The Rentabiliweb Group today announces the incorporation of Arion
Entertainment, a holding company whose subsidiaries will combine all the Group's B2C content publishing activities: dating, astrology, women's wellbeing, gaming, community services etc.
He is leading a group of scientists in a project to monitor sightings of the Spanish slug, Arion
vulgaris, a particularly aggressive and large slug which breeds and eats at a faster rate than our native species and has so much slime, many native predators are put off.
But Labros Hydras, 49, his daughter Areti, 10, and son Arion
, 6, were unaware of the find's significance - going on to kill it and take it to a local taverna where it was cooked and served with tomato, lemon and lettuce.
Muller, 1774) (Agrolimacidae); dusky arion
subfuscus (Draparnaud, 1805) (Arionidae); and Carolina mantleslug, Philomycus carolinianus (Bosc, 1802)] were evaluated.