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aurin

[′ȯr·ən]
(organic chemistry)
C19H14O3 A derivative of triphenylmethane; solid with red-brown color with green luster; melting point about 220°C; insoluble in water; used as a dye intermediate.
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The diocesan statement, sent by email May 22 from diocesan spokesman Michael Gstaltmeyr and also translated for NCR by Aurin, stated that the Heizers may apply within 10 days with the bishop for the "nullification or for a change in the stipulations of this decree, including a temporary stay"
ALTOGETHER NOW: Conductor Laslo Duranyik of the Aurin Girls Choir - from Kecskemet, Hungary - working with children at Scissett First School (JH250613Bscissett-01) Purchase: www.
I found the voice of Gravel Queen's Aurin tapping against my forehead, and finally sat down and let her out, putting her words on my paper.
For help in interpreting the results for Germany, I am particularly indebted to Professors Aurin (Freiburg) and W.
As a major broadcaster with more then 108 broadcast affiliates in Brazil and a 450 person programming organization, we need to ensure that our entire media archive is available to all departments while also maintaining and protecting these assets for continued future use," said Alfonso Aurin Palacin Jr.
Aurin Yorke went over for the home side's third of the afternoon 15 minutes before the interval and then, on the half-hour mark, DKs found themselves back in the match through a Liam Marshall converted score.
Tries from full-back Matthew Farrington and wing Nathan Bressington made it 17-0 and after Harrogate hooker Aurin Yorke was yellow-carded, Birmingham-born, ex-Worcester and Rotherham second row Nile Dacres went over for a bonus point.
The Aurin Girls Choir from Hungary will be giving singing workshops to pupils at Scissett CE First School.
Augustine, FLA - Written by Aurin Squire - Directed by Suzanne Grodner