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, patin, patine
a plate, usually made of silver or gold, esp the plate on which the bread is placed in the Eucharist

patten, patand, patin

1. The base of a column or pillar.
2. A base or a groundsill which supports a column, post, or pillar.
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Pertama sekali macam apabila pengeluaran tu rendah memang harga tinggilah, sebagai contoh ikan talapia dia ada satu penyakit yang mungkin Jabatan Perikanan tahu, dia ada penyakit, sekiranya air tu, dia mati, dia mati secara mengejut kadang-kadang sampai 20% berbanding dengan ikan patin, patin dia susah sikit nak mati berbanding dengan ikan talapia, ikan talapia ni walau air dia bermasalah, walaupun air sungai, daripada sisa-sisa kilang memang cepat datang penyakit.
Tangkit Baru Village, which is situated about 12 km from the Jambi City and is well known as a pineapple town, produces some 5 tons of patin fish per day, he said.
However, we must note the recent evidence of the possibly Philistine origins of the lower Orantes kingdom of Patin (originally Palistin, Hawkins 2011) and the possibility that the only locus of continuity in northern Syria was Carchemish itself, whence the Hieroglyphic Luwian tradition was revived elsewhere.
Today, as investigations in the beach resort of Patin the beach resort of Pattaya are ongoing, tribtaya are ongoing, tributes were paid to former utes were paid to former council worker Kenneth council worker Kenneth Fulcher.
The first tells the story of then-6-year-old Jessica Patin, a girl whose EpiPen likely saved her life after her skin came in contact with cashews one day at a friend's house for a play date.
Patin et Requillard that weighed 520kg - including batteries - and had a guaranteed range of 40 miles.
The Gordian Group, a leading provider of construction pricing data, procurement software and services for the construction industry and public agencies, announced today the appointment of Louis Patin as new Pacific South Region Manager.
1981) and Smith (1984), Patin and McNiel (1991a) developed a direct measure of the net monetary benefits to saver and borrower members, and applied it to calculate the differences between the net monetary benefits allocated to savers (NMBS) and borrowers (NMBB) in the years 1984 and 1985 for each of 10,565 (10,142) federally chartered and 4,657 (4,932) state chartered/federally insured CUs in the United Sates.
Guy Patin, a French physician, mentioned the disease in his writings of 1692.
He and Sarah Patin might have enjoyed field-dressing dead animals together.
They also thank Michael Adkins, Paige Stabolepszy, Annika Lichtenbaum, Spencer Butts, Gisue Mehdi, Rowley Rice, Amanda Smith, Nathan Patin, Warren Marshall, and Andrew Voxman for their diligent research efforts.
Pacific Rubiales CEO Ronald Patin in October said the JV will have an initial capacity of 70 MCM/day.