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asar

[′a·sər]
(geology)
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But when the big day came, Birmingham Crown Court was told that register office staff in Shrewsbury became suspicious when Asaba and the woman gave conflicting accounts of how they met and their lives together.
Table 4 presents the results of the impact of cypermethrin on major cowpea insect pests during the early cropping season at Asaba.
But the Lions finally roared in the 66th minute when Asaba gave them a shock lead.
Vincent's through-ball freed Colin Cameron to round Foster and, faced with tight angle, he squared for Asaba to score into an empty net.
Asaba returned from a long lay-off with back trouble to spearhead Millwall's attack against the club he left at the start of the season.
Asaba outsourced its manufacturing to Tomomasu, a beverage maker based in Ogi, Saga Prefecture.
INSIDE TRACK: Robert Page knows Carl Asaba well from their time at Sheffield United; HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: Carl Asaba
Talks between the clubs' respective managers - Micky Adams and Tony Pulis - took place after Coventry held Stoke to a 0-0 draw on Saturday, a match in which Asaba did not play.
In 1997 Asaba was in a Brentford side which lost to Crewe, and then two years later he suffered heartbreak with Gillingham, scoring one and making another for a 2-0 lead with minutes to go in a thriller with Manchester City - only to lose on penalties.
Six minutes later, another former Sheffield United striker Asaba, on as an early sub after Ben May was carried off, almost doubled the lead.
In the end it was not Asaba they were abusing, but their own side for a lacklustre display that let down manager Paul Sturrock.
Asaba was all set to join Marcus Hall in moving to Highfield Road on a free last month after being told he was surplus to requirements at Stoke.