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Bina

 

an urban-type settlement in the Azerbaijan SSR; part of Azizbekov Raion of the city of Baku. Population, 11,200 (1968). Bina is the site of an electrical engineering plant and hog-fattening and meat and dairy sovkhozes.

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According to Biner, most of the characters seen in these soap operas are made of traditional cliches and stereotypes.
Gerold Biner, flight operations manager for the Swiss Air Zermatt, which was conducting rescue operations, said that Humar's body was recovered early on Saturday by a three-man rescue team.
Ozellikle temas yuzeyi daha kucuk oldugu icin her santimetrekareye daha fazla yuk biner.
Paddox beat Webb Ellis 4-2 to keep up their unbeaten record while Lawford's problems continued as they went down 3-1, a Marc Klaus goal eclipsed by Black Horse's David Biner, Darren O'Neill and Gavin Gerrard.
However, other studies have not shown a benefit in student performance (see Avila, Biner, Bink, & Dean, 1995; Branton & Lee, 2003; Garrett, 1995; George & Sleeth, 1996; Guy & Frisby, 1992; Hutchens, 2004a).
Discipline was strict and straight out of Victoriana, while any lighter moments had to be enjoyed out of the view of the rather strait-laced housekeeper Mrs Biner.
The Telecourse Evaluation Questionnaire (TEQ) constructed by Biner (1993) has a total of 42 questions.
Liddy, who arranged the break-in, has said in speeches that the operation was masterminded by Nixon White House counsel John Dean in an effort to retrieve photographs and papers from Wells' desk that could have tied Dean's future wife, Maureen Biner, to a prostitution ring.
Lead poisoning is the most common environmental health problem affecting children in the United States (Bar-on & Russell, 1994; Biner, Matte, Kresnow, Houston & Sacks, 1996; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 1997; Goldman, 1994; Juberg, Kleiman, Kwon, & Simona, 1997).
Biner, Summers, Dean, Bink, Anderson, and Gelder (1996) advocate student attitudes as representing an important criterion by which to gauge effectiveness.
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