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muster

a flock of peacocks
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We are also making efforts to muster support from other parties to get him elected from the technocrat seat.
True to this ethos, Muster will provide open access to an infrastructure of six major test facilities throughout the UK, significantly reducing research and development time and costs, allowing SMEs to become more competitive and engage with academia, while providing the UK with unique facilities to attract further investment from research companies around the globe.
Sky Muster II, working in concert with the Sky Muster I satellite, will help bring essential services such as telehealth, video-conferencing, and distance education to people in regional and remote Australia," said Bill Morrow, Chief Executive Officer of nbn.
The rocket successfully launched a pair of communications satellites, the ARSAT -2 satellite for Argentine operator ARSAT and the Muster Sky satellite for Australian operator NBN.
Tuesday 18th a Fair good a took a circuitous route in the southerly part of Sterling 12 miles a preparations making for muster very generally a much company at home this evening a Muster at Templeton.
Ivanisevic, Muster and Becker were only some of the star names on show.
Electronic systems provide the ability to track the location of on-board personnel, as well as speeding up muster times during emergencies and adding an extra layer of security.
JURGEN MELZER will never be the next Thomas Muster, but he has at least given Austrian tennis a presence at the top table again with his tremendous performances this year and there would be no more fitting tournament in which to underline that than this week's Bank Austria Trophy in Vienna, writes Dylan Hill.
One of the main highlights of the weekend is Sunday's second International Mersey Pirate Muster, which gets under way from 11am.
The company also expects outstanding results regarding safety, local and systemic immune responses in the phase II study, Muster added.
THIS photograph from November 1980 shows a piece of North Shields history crumbling to dust when the old muster rooms were pulled down.
2 : to bring into being or action <I shall await your arrival with all the eagerness I can muster.