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moder

[′mōd·ər]
(communications)
(geology)
Humus consisting of plant material that is undergoing alteration from the living to the decayed state and is intermediate in acidity between mor and mull.
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The objective of the Swedish contribution announced today is to assist the Palestinian Authority to provide basic service to the Palestinian people at a time when it faces many challenges, particularly in Gaza, saidthe Swedish State Secretary for International Development Cooperation Ulrika Moder.
htm) Classicalite , "Danny Moder can't stand living with his heartless harpy of a wife, Julia Roberts, anymore, and he wants a divorce.
Some time ago, Julia hit the headlines when she declared that she regularly goes to temples to " chant, pray and celebrate" along with Moder and their three kids.
The show is a brilliat mix of Christmas sogs, carols, dace, costumes, choirs ad bads ad etertaiers, from the traditioal to the moder.
The property, comprising 3,875 sq ft, is a modern end terraced industrial warehouse unit, which was post completion, fitted out as offices to a moder n specification.
Julia, 42, and cinematographer husband Danny Moder have taken four-year-old twins Hazel and Phinnaeus and two-year-old Henry on the holiday.
Moder presents this contemporary Eclipse crystal chandelier with its sweeping curves, square symmetry and dazzling prismatic colors.
Henry Daniel Moder weighed eight-and-a-half pounds when he was born in Los Angeles.
Roberts, who won the best actress Oscar in 2001 for Erin Brockovich, married cinematographer Daniel Moder, aged 35, in July 2002 at her home in New Mexico.
Spokeswoman Marcy Engelman would only say Roberts and her husband Danny Moder were to be parents.