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Gillespie also accurately shows the evolutionary relationship between WWII Azon
munitions and Korean Razon and Tarzon munitions based on a shortened time frame for innovation and the lack of technological improvement since WWII.
That was a view echoed by UK businessman Gerry Burns whose Welsh company Azon
, which produces insulation resins for aluminium window frames was exhibiting at the show.
In your December 2007 issue's travel article "The River Kwai Reality Check" [by Gary Hayden], on the second page, it says "AZON
mi modon / Adgyam elodbe azon
Bajnoknak gyaszos el-estet?--[O, bard!
Afeni Shakur; sound (Dolby Digital), Susan Pelino; senior associate producer Richard Burrier; associate producers, Azon
Juan, Katy Garfield, Barrion Grant; assistant director, Burrier.
Each sensor was composed of 15 layers of diazo paper (Azon
#4516 nonerasable diazo sepia paper, Azon
, Johnson City, New York, USA) sandwiched between two layers of opaque cardboard.
We mentioned a new meaning, a special point of view, a fresh style, which we see in one of Gulnazar's poems that has been cited above: "O sun - whitebearded muezzin, / From the minarets of the Pamir Mountains / Call out the azon
of light, / So we can lift our heads with bright hearts, / To hear the sermon of fidelity and friendship." The poet discovers new meanings in the sun, which in our poetry is a symbol of warmth, love, fortune, happiness, and light, but in this poem is to be read as fidelity and friendship.
There is a food court and a selection of stand-alone restaurants offering local favorites such as Azon
's Boneless Lechon and organic goat meat dishes like caldereta and kebabs from The Goat Kitchen.