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CORR

On drawings, abbr. for “corrugate” or “corrugated.”
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Yesterday, Manchester Magistrates Court heard that after getting off a train with his three-year-old daughter, Corr approached the ticket guard on platform five and asked to be let through the barrier.
Vacancy rates in the Philadelphia metro industrial market reached an all-time low of 4.8 percent in the first quarter of 2019, according to Corr.
"My rule of thumb is to have meat only a couple of times a m week and to match this with two to three servings of fish or shellfish, including some oily fish, such as sardines, salmon, mackerel or tuna," says Dr Corr.
Information collected in this section of the registration form can then be used to describe the location, racial background, and sex of incident patients with ESKD in Canada; this is reflected in Table 1: CORR Report Table 2 extracted from the 2015 CORR data.
Corr dropped the first two racks by missing seemingly easy shots of the 6-ball and 9-ball, respectively, allowing Park to run out.
A 12-year veteran of the company, Corr joined in 2002 and at present serves as president and chief operating officer.
Murphy said that Corr is grateful for being busted because he vowed never to try heroin again.
Yet mortgage lenders often employ additional staff as "human spackle" to plug holes in the loan process, Corr believes, instead of realizing the positive potential of automating their business.
Mrs Corr, married to Antony, said she was shocKed when staff told the officers she had been abusive and had tried to snatch money from the till.
"I am over the moon," Ingleby Barwick East councillor and Town Mayor Gillian Corr who spearheaded the project.
Katherine Corr, running on 25 years now, she has believed in the separation of church and state.