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Atad

(ā`tăd), in the Bible, name of the unidentified threshing floor where Joseph and his brethren mourned the death of Jacob.
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ATAD digestion was chosen for waste solids processing at the East Wenatchee WWTP due to the fact that it could handle higher solids loads and required much less of a footprint than other alternative processes.
As empowering as these rules might be to EU member states, some EU countries have expressed reservations about the broad sweep of the application of ATAD 2's hybrid mismatch provisions to third countries.
For instance, Atad says, much can be done leading up to an event to generate buzz and drive traffic to live streaming video offerings, but the effort needs to be strategically considered.
He said the undercover agents gave to Tandeg one white envelope containing P500 bills as marked money and also gave another white envelope which also contained marked P500 bills to Atad.
lt; < Stockton $5,000 Hilario Moreno < < Compton $4,000 Marcial DeGuzman < < Vallejo $2,500 Rigoberto Alvarez < < Redwood $2,000 Mavis Hutchins < < Fyffe, $2,000 Ana Turpin < < San Lea- $1,750 Jennifer Shahon < < Carmich- $1,750 Santiago Atad < < Stockton $1,750 Rodney Hepper < < Stockton $1,750 TOTAL < < $177,500
Atad J, Hallak M, Sharon A, Kitzes R, Kelner Y, Abramovici H.
Hetherston, as you may have guessed, is a big Nacho Novo fan, even if he has made some Saturday afternoons atad more uncomfortable at his work.
2008 ATAD and activated sludge improvements, East Wenatchee; apparent low bidder was Pacific Drest of Lynnwood.
On taxation, Malta has made significant progress on this very sensitive area by piloting through important legislations such as ATAD II and the Double Taxation Dispute Resolution Mechanism.
Tatneft (TATN RX, TATNP RX, ATAD LI) has posted first ever financial results under IFRS (previously company reported US GAAP).