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krans

South African a sheer rock face; precipice
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Kran e Ferreira (2006) comentam que, se o bairro nao dispoe da rede de esgotamento sanitario, os moradores constroem fossas septicas em pequenas areas, comprometendo as condicoes sanitarias no entorno das habitacoes.
Kran encouraged the Committee to make clear and concrete recommendations
(2) Kran and Owre (2001) also look at Norges Bank's liquidity policy, as well as liquidity policy in the euro urea.
Bob Kran, of Freesoil, Mich., was elected vice-president.
Sometimes he said Kran. Otto could not remember when Raynor had used his first name.
Napoleons managers from the north of England (l-r): Sandie Kopic, Tony Santiana, Ray Smith, Arno Van Der Kran and John Sunter (with trophy) flank Invitation winner Clash Harmonica and kennelhand Ian Sutherland
(18.) See Lori Ann Kran, Gendered Law: A Discourse Analysis of Labor Legislation, 1890-1930, at 50-51 (1993) (unpublished Ph.D.
68-9; Sunet Chutintharanon [Sunait Chutintaranond], 'Suk Chiang Kran' [Battle of Chiang Kran], in his Phama rop Thai: waduai kansongkhram rawang Thai kap Phama [Burmese fighting Thai: regarding war between the Thai and the Burmese] (Bangkok: Matichon, 1999), pp.
Confronted by an author who seems to relish ambiguity (Paul Kran describes any effort to decipher Flaubert's true feelings about religion as "doomed to failure," [42]), we will undoubtedly find our best access to the spiritual marrow of the stories in the texts themselves--armed, but not burdened, with the knowledge of Flaubert's biography and his statements on spirituality, but nevertheless free to let the fictions come to us as the author invites us to do.
Dutch sports writer Marcel Van Der Kran said: "He seems so relaxed in Scotland, he is happy to joke."