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Evi

(ē`vī), in the Bible, Midianite king.
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This is where WLS Afterlife is looking to make a difference with the launch of the online community.
WLS stepped up a gear in the third quarter and, despite losing the quarter by six points, it was a more positive effort.
The WLS (worst link stress) of nodes [s.sub.1], ....
When combined with an appropriate vision inspection system and WLS' optional 'reconciler,' the LP-100R will automatically remove any out-of-tolerance labels from the label roll.
The monitoring of the unregulated large shallow Lake Peipsi included the years with very different WLs: close to the absolute minimum as well as close to the absolute maximum.
Once the employee population has taken the WLS, data is compiled into an executive summary.
Heavy alcohol users or patients who have active AUD at the time of WLS are at greater risk for continuation of these problems after surgery.
Meanwhile, after just six months at Gosforth's Regent Centre, the World Language School (WLS) has taken a 6,500 sq ft floor in Arden House, representing an expansion of over 500% in just six months.
The treatments consisted of basal ration based on grass silage supplemented with 300 g/d of palm oil as a positive control diet (PO), or supplemented with 300 g/d linseed oil (LSO), or supplemented with 688 g/d of top-dressed whole linseed (4.46% dry matter (DM) intake, WLS).
His self-taught programming skills combined with his business process engineering expertise resulted in the development of the Warehouse Lending System(tm) (WLS), a software platform that allowed warehouse lenders and their mortgage banking customers to conduct business seamlessly over the Internet.
"The illustration by WLS is by Sherwood; it is a coloured version of an image from the Southern Cross magazine with the flags of the Allies added in the background."