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fust

The shaft of a column or pilaster.
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A PVA might fust sound like an extra step in posting your listing, but this brings us to the second tool Craigslist has implemented to deter overposting: a phenomenon called "ghosting.
Maglev (MAGnetic LEVitation) was the world's Fust commercial automated people-mover system of its type, and one of the historic cars is being sold to raise money for the charities Help for Heroes and Acorns Children's Hospice.
Consumers are trading down in many categories," says Kober, "but we have found when it comes to meat, a lot of consumers are not willing to trade down quality fust to reach a price point Too many retailers make decisions for their consumers, rather than listening to them and following their lead.
The fust trend that surfaces in this comparison is the very small change in the real salaries of hundreds of S&P 500 CEOs over our 15-year sample period.
As tha knows, Yarkshire Day is Fust o' August ivvery year
Each session will be limited to the fust 100 attendees, so those who want to secure a spot at each session may purchase a season pass for $65, which allows access to into all four sessions.
Walter Fust, Director-General, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation -- Ms.
But, fust, come jes er lil'l closer so us kin see you--see whut you look like, honey.
Her earliest example is Apothegmata, a list of the sayings of various Greek Fathers from the fifth century; the earliest printed index is that in an edition of St Augustine, De arte praedicandi, printed by Fust & Schoeffer, sometime in the early 1460s.
Se voir ne fust cen que conterent, La chose fust anientee: Fause novele est tost dantee Ausi con fair est folement.