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champ

A defined surface ready for carving.
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Canvas Champ offers a veritable smorgasbord of diverse options for creating that perfect collage.
He said: "It was great to see the work of the dog section recognised at the awards ceremony, and the sight of Champ in a black tie certainly caught a lot of people's eyes.
Zarat est un champ vaste, en eau peu profonde, contenant des reserves recuperables de condensat de gaz et de petrole estimees a 147 millions de barils equivalent petrole.
The SEC said Wednesday that Champ will leave at the end of January after serving for five years in senior leadership posts at the agency.
The staff has recently heightened its scrutiny of fund and contract names suggesting safety or protection from loss," Champ said.
The HCL ME Champ comes pre-loaded with 1 Mobile App Store.
During the grand national finals at the TriNoma Activity Center in QC, Herrera finished a Jollibee Champ burger at an impressive 27.
Executives from Lufthansa Cargo, Air France, CHAMP and Traxon Europe met in person to determine the parameters of the acquisition.
The deal, agreed between CHAMP, Lufthansa Cargo and Air France, the majority shareholders of TRAXON Europe, will deliver real synergy between the two companies, providing a strong, integrated portfolio of solutions that will accelerate initiatives such as e-freight, Cargo 2000 and global customs compliance.
Moreover, the Aeronca Champ is perhaps one of the few remaining inexpensive-to-buy, inexpensive-to-own, tandem-seaters on the market.
GOLF Ballantines Championship South Korea, 6am SS1; Zurich Classic of New Orleans, 8pm SS2 SNOOKER W Champ, 1pm BBC2 FRIDAY RUGBY LEAGUE Super League Hull v Wakefield 7.
Alfa Laval (STO: ALFA), a company that deals with heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling, has acquired United States-based Champ Products Incorporated (Champ Products).