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A form of decay in which wood becomes soft and weak and has a dull lifeless appearance.
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He then identified Dote as the gunman in the auto shop robbery.
Dote is a safety instructor at HMC and former president of the Philippine Association of Safety Engineers (PHASE-Qatar).
The couple asked an acquaintance, a 44-year-old junk dealer, to kill Dote. The junk dealer stabbed Dote to death on Aug.
Le premier programme, dote de 17 millions d'euros, porte sur un appui a la diversification industrielle et economique.
The proud grandmother said it's amazing to watch Kim, 33, dote on North, her seven-month-old daughter with fiance Kanye West.