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Ayer

Sir Alfred Jules. 1910--89, English positivist philosopher, noted particularly for his antimetaphysical work Language, Truth, and Logic (1936)
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'They all admitted to vandalising 18 cars in these housing estates in Ayer Tawar.
Co-curated by NHB and the Kreta Ayer Community Club (CC), the 100 sqm gallery serves as a platform to showcase the rich history of the Kreta Ayer and Chinatown areas.
Ayer allegedly left three clients without any legal help and failed to explain why he repeatedly dropped the ball.
Kampong Ayer, which translates as "Water Village," is a collection of villages or wards built over the waters of the Brunei River.
"I've been talking to the board for some time about retirement," Ayer, who has led Hartford for 12 years, said in an interview.
Ayer returns to the crime-infected streets of Los Angeles with this brutal journey into the city's underbelly.
China graduates 600,000 engineers a year and India graduates 250,000 to 300,000." Hartford chairman Ayer cites the same numbers and echoes the worry.
Rogers depicts Ayer as the quintessential outsider, desperately seeking to be accepted by a snobbish, chauvinistic establishment.
Las Vegas, NV, April 13, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Mazur & Brooks has been retained by and represents Vicki Gunvalson ("Gunvalson") in a lawsuit filed against Defendant David Brooks Ayers ("Ayers") seeking $266,541 in damages, plus punitive damages, attorneys' fees and costs (the "Lawsuit").
Edward Ayers, co-director of the project from its inception in 1991, has converted mountains of data from two counties--Augusta (county seat at Staunton) in Virginia and Franklin (county seat at Chambersburg) in Pennsylvania--into numerous articles and books, including the Bancroft Prize-winning In the Presence of Mine Enemies: The Civil War in the Heart of America, 1859-1863.
Ayers, has been selected for membership in the organization, the association said.