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Ting

Samuel Chao Chung. born 1936, US physicist, who discovered the J/psi particle independently of Burton Richter, with whom he shared (1976) the Nobel prize for physics
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Ting was earlier recognized as a doctor fellow by the Royal Institute of Entrepreneurs in Singapore.
Having been making Ting Mong for nearly three decades, Heng describes how unpleasant it was when he saw the traditional version of the puppet for the first time.
The result of the recount showed Ko trumped Ting by 3,567 votes, 313 more than the original count, with Ko grabbing 580,663 ballots.
Ting and former governor Alvaro Antonio, have 167,872 and 91,973 votes, respectively.
He said it is misleading and malicious for Dr Ting to perceive Assar as another 1MDB.
Asked by the government to head the legal department of Polaroid Corp., one of Petters' legitimate businesses, Ting managed through criminal proceedings and bankruptcy and receivership litigation.
While it was not clear on how the injection led to her death, doctors at the hospital claimed Ting's heart had stopped beating even before she was brought there.
PDEA agents arrested Wah Ting and Patrick Bangkee on the same day at around 3 a.m.
PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino said in a statement that Wah Ting had been under surveillance for months.
The phone cannot be blamed for these 'tings' as it is us - the users - who download apps without gauging their necessity.
You could hear the 'ting, ting' as bullets bounced off equipment SUE ANN CORNWELL on rescue under gunfire