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Vareš

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in Bosnia. Population, 8,000 (1967). It is the largest center in the country for the mining of iron ore (about 1.6 million tons in 1967), sent chiefly to Zenica, with which Vares is connected by a railroad branch. There is also a metallurgical plant.

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28), der fremhaever, at god tilknytning til sundhedsprofessionelle, som kan svare pa sporgsmal og som man er tryg ved, er vigtig for en sund overgang med forbedret evne til at tage vare pa sygdom og integrering af ny identitet.
It was almost like they didn't recognize that this was just as serious as poetry and fiction and playwriting," Vare says.
Also, in Erelt, Kasik, Metslang, Rajandi, Ross, Saari, Tael, Vare 1993 : 145 is mentioned wholeness in connection with elative NPs.
PORTO: Helton 6, Fucile 6, Rolando 5, Bruno Alves 6, Alvaro Pereira 6, Ruben Micael 6, Fernando 6, Raul Meireles 7 (Costa 68, 6), Vare la 7, Falcao 7, Hulk 6 (Gonzalez 81).
In the same book, Vare defined diplomacy as 'the art of getting what we want, applied to foreign politics'.
She won six Vare trophies for the lowest scoring average and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2003.
Indeed such investment in future technologies can reap large dividends, says Todd Vare, an intellectual property attorney with Barnes & Thornburg and co-chair of its new nanotechnology practice group.
Mr Veijalainen, the founder of 3 Step IT Group Oy and Finnish Entrepreneur Of The Year in 2007, will launch the Nordic Wageroller services together with another successful Finnish entrepreneur, Pasi Vare.
Although he does not mention the 18th-century Dutch account, Barme does quote a charming description by the Italian diplomat Daniele Vare of watching Yuan Shikai, President of the Chinese Republic, being pushed across the frozen lakes in 1914, by servants wearing modern, western-style 'frockcoats and top hats'.
One of the earliest mentions of the village refers to Cynibre - or great hill - which refers to the outcrop where the remains of an Iron Age fort can be found, although there are reports that the name Kinver actually derives from the term chene vare, or royal rose.
Anna Vare, 50, had only been out of prison for a short time after serving three years for conning a 76-year-old blind woman out of pounds 20,000.
GEORGIANA Vare has spent the last five years saving up pounds 7,000 for a deposit on her first home.