BIOR

BIOR

An early system on UNIVAC I or II.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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The MPs protest letter was co-jointly signed by, Hon Benjamin Lowki MP, Hon Lino Tombe Lako MP, Hon Buth Diu, MP, Senator Paul Logale, Senator Bullen Alier de Bior and Senator Redento Onzi Koma.
Westbrook (Leiden: Brill, 2003), BiOr 62 (2005): 523-24.
This "homosexual" view of love owes much to Denys Finch-Hatton, who backed away from traditional marriage or relationships and may himself have been bior homosexual.
The country is producing 190,000 barrels per day, oil ministry spokesman Nicodemus Ajak Bior said.
This result was obtained with the neural network that was trained with the Trainscg algorithm, which incorporated texture features, extracted from the Wavelet family Bior 1.
Cast: John Bul Dau, Daniel Abol Pach, Panther Bior, Paul Ding Nyuon, and Peter Greneg.
Panther Bior, Daniel Abol Pach, John Bul Dau and a number of their companions head out for the United States with both high expectations and repressed fears.
Despite the high-wattage turnout, the evening belonged to subjects John Dau, Panther Bior and Daniel Abul Pach, who received a standing ovation and spent the reception deluged by new fans.
Panther Bior, John Bul Dau and Daniel Abol Pach survived long treks through the desert, often going for days without food, and having to drink urine when no water could be found.
Among specialistic hospitals, orthopedic and hearth hospitals had the highest BIOR in 1995-2000.
Establishment gained due reward for his consistency this year and indicated that Charles Cyzer's string may be about to return to form as he got the better by a neck of Bior Fame in the Doubleprint Handicap at Ascot.
But most opposition to bior multilingualism is based, of course, on the premise that it will in fact retard development of English-language skills and move us closer to multi-monolingualism and the presumed political and socioeconomic travails that entails.