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collation

1. RC Church a light meal permitted on fast days
2. the appointment of a clergyman to a benefice
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Best in Business winners for overall excellence, by category and listed in alphabetical order are:
In each of these 3 examples, the consonants are in alphabetical order and each consonant appears twice: iMMaNeNeSS (w2), JeJuNeNeSS, NoN-aPPeaReR In iSSeGGeDDa (a wadi in Mali), the consonants are in reverse alphabetical order and each like pair occurs as a doubled letter.
The New Standard keyboard can be learned quickly and differs from previous alphabetical designs because it is also efficient for high speed typing.
The IAPA Travel Safety Alert states that the "Safest of the World's Mid-Size Airlines are (in alphabetical order): ANA (All Nippon Airways), America West Airlines, Ansett Australia Airlines, Canadian Airlines International and Saudi Arabian Airlines.
In addition, the CXOs surveyed most frequently cited the following companies as representing quintessential "operational companies" (in alphabetical order):
It differs from other alphabetical designs because as well as being user-friendly for beginners it is also efficient for high speed typing.
Presented in alphabetical order all the articles will include an explanatory introduction, extensive cross-referencing and an up-to-date bibliography providing literature references for further reading.
Nominees for "Luxury Car of the Year" are (in alphabetical order):
Alphabetical Order by Michael Frayn opens tonight at Allesley Village Hall for a week-long run.
The new directory, produced by Premedia International FZ-LLC contains five sections including General Information in industrial sector; Alphabetical Listing -- Manufactures; Classified Section -- Products; Alphabetical Listing -- Industrial Services and Classified Section -- Industrial Services.
The book contains concise information on 91 uncommon diseases selected by the author and presented in alphabetical order from Achalasia to Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome.
The nine-year-old is having his first run at Newton Abbot, but trainer Charlie Mann has a decent 18 per cent strike-rate at the track and is in good form, having saddled two winners in the last week, and Alphabetical looks to have a good chance of causing an upset.