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1. the female of the deer, esp the red deer when aged three years or more
2. any of several marine serranid fishes of the genus Epinephelus, closely related and similar to the gropers
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Accordingly, we will continue to invest in further improving our services," added Hinder.
Archbishop Hinder prioritizes strong support from Arab neighbors to help Yemen resolve its internal problems and to deal with al Qaeda.
Issues affecting sexual self-esteem have often been alluded to in the literature but we still know too little about the factors that facilitate or hinder sexual self-esteem in women.
Mr Hinder realised the monkey must have come from the safari park and contacted staff so they could return him.
Hinder said while iPod revenue is definitely losing some steam, the bigger story is the strong iPhone revenue growth and the steady strength of Mac sales (despite the fact that Mac sales have leveled off in recent quarters because of greater price-consciousness from consumers due to the global recession).
Finally, after students have considered the above questions, they need to answer a further question in the Discussion Forum: "Did Civil Examinations hinder the scientific development in China?
Germany's answer has been to build complex systems that prevent abuses -- but they also hinder government action.
Among new ideas to hinder terrorists, several states are considering modifying licenses to make them more uniform and harder to get.
USING a mobile phone to make a 999 call could hinder rather than help the victim, according to new research today.
Under Colorado law, a conveyance is fraudulent when it is "made with the intent to hinder, delay, or defraud creditors," in this case, the IRS.
Problems such as incomplete and out of date statistical and survey data, quality assurance at the collection level, inconsistent terminology, and duplicative efforts, all hinder the effective use of information.
Railtrack warned the bad weather would continue to hinder repairs to over 20 miles of railway.