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ingoing

1. English law the sum paid by a new tenant for fixtures left behind by the outgoing tenant
2. Scot another word for ingo
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Subject to approval, the INGOs will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the government for a period of three years from the date of signature.
The Pakistani government should revise the policy for INGOs so that it does not contravene the rights to freedom of expression and association, and cannot be misused for political reasons to restrict the peaceful activities of nongovernmental organizations, Human Rights Watch said.
No more air is then evacuated but only water vapour" says Ingo Renner.
I first met Ingo at a party in his flat near 3rd Street in Manhattan, during which Ingo learned of my own interest in psi and that I was halfway through a lengthy research adventure in India.
The imminent demise of a development approach alerts seasoned INGO key staff to get ready for the ritualistic vault to the new one.
Our network is becoming more closely knit,A transport is becoming faster and more efficient a in a word, we are offering an improved service in the region," Ingo Schlieper is quoted as saying.
Ingo Schweder and his team to create and manage the spa.
3) In this way INGO practices revealed how the "sovereign ideal" of territory, nation, and government informed techniques of migration management, which in turn reproduced this ideal.
Summary: Ingo KEaA-bler joins the Wetzikon cabling specialist as the new Sales Manager .
The Wetzikon cabling specialist Reichle & De-Massari AG (R&M) has appointed Ingo KE-bler to the position of chief sales officer (CSO).
After saying "yes" to a proposal from Ingo Puhlmann at the top of the London Eye, the 28-year-old shipping agent has now been promised a visit to watch the Boro team in action.
Blood Of Barcelona, Never Ending Mountain, Dirt and playing With Shadows getting the treatment from electronic wizards Pan-Pot, Egbert, Patrick Kunkel, Matador, Kevin Gorman and Ingo Boss.