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jack line

[′jak ‚līn]
(petroleum engineering)
A steel cable or rod that connects the arms of the central pumping engine to the two or more wells that are being pumped.
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In a makeshift hospital, 26 year old Ndairana Jackline waits patiently on her daughter.
19) Jackline Wahba, "An Overview of Internal and International Migration in Egypt," in Egypt's Labor Market Revisited, ed.
Ms Jackline Moses Ayombo, 20, a resident of Juba who has a hearing impairment says: "One of the worst things about being deaf is that I cannot communicate with people and sometimes this leads to mistreatment and isolation.
Now I know exactly how and I feel much more comfortable working with them," a 23-year old and one of the seven participants from Kenya Jackline said.
We can't just expect migrants to do their work, we have to reduce cost of money transfers for them in order to get more out of remittances and we have to ease business regulations," said Jackline Wahba, an expert from the University of Southampton in the UK.
When wife Jackline Otieno Deya came home and found Wilson's body, Deya attacked her with a knife.
Her sister Jackline urged the Government to tale swift moves to nip sectarian clashes in the bud lest minor conflicts should explode again.
Working in embroidery reinforces Palestinian women's ties to their homeland and helps improve their dire economic standing and living conditions, says INAASH president Jackline Khayat Inglessis.
For further information about the awards please contactKuwait City : Jackline Rizq, Way Communications T: +965 257 10 600 E: jackline@way-com.
Kenyans Mercy Cherono (20:17) and Jackline Chepngeno (20:27) won the silver and bronze, respectively.
Jackline Chepngeno of Kenya came third in 20:27, followed by Frehiwat Goshu of Ethiopia in 20:34 and Chebet Ngeiywo of Kenya in 20:36.