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asar

[′a·sər]
(geology)
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Asada collected 64.25 points for her short routine, while American national champion Ashley Wagner was second with 64.07.
According to the May 27 ruling by the Osaka District Court, Asada defrauded the government and the industry group out of 5.03 billion yen from November 2001 through May 2002 by falsely labeling beef to qualify for the buyback program the government established to calm public concerns over mad cow disease.
Sato and his wife have denied the allegations, but Asada, 66, said they are true, according to the police.
Asada appealed to his employees to say goodbye to what he called "one-company culture" to attain the target.
When discussing its menu innovation and the success of its new "Lifestyle Bowls" (bowls that cater to different popular diets such as paleo and keto) during its (https://www.fool.com/earnings/call-transcripts/2019/07/23/chipotle-mexican-grill-inc-cmg-q2-2019-earnings-ca.aspx) second-quarter earnings call , Niccol indicated its carne asada has been well-received in its tests and could launch soon.
'The ASADA agreement requires Swimming Australia to maintain confidentiality until such time as either ASADA or the individual athlete release details of an adverse result.
There are a number of meats to choice from, such as Pollo Asada (grilled chicken), Chipotle Chicken and Carne Asada (marinated beef), which is what I'm having.
Asada expressed his satisfaction with the growing trade and investment relations.
In addition to ASADA, the new umbrella body will incorporate the National Integrity of Sport Unit and the integrity watchdog functions of the governmental Sport Australia agency.
The changes follow a review into Australia's sports integrity arrangements amid the growing commercialisation of sport and the rapid growth in sports wagering.In addition to ASADA, the new umbrella body will incorporate the National Integrity of Sport Unit and the integrity watchdog functions of the governmental Sport Australia agency.
The "Machine" survived a white-knuckle ride against "Ninja" Asada before scraping home 3-2 in a late-night thriller at the William Hill PDC world championship on Wednesday night.
Wade struggled to a 3-2 PDC World Darts Championship second round victory over Asada at Alexandra Palace but the main talking point was his post-match TV interview when the world number nine told Sky Sports: "I kept giving it to him, I wanted to hurt him, I wanted to really hurt him in his face."