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fare

Transport the sum charged or paid for conveyance in a bus, train, aeroplane, etc.

What does it mean when you dream about a fare?

Paying a fare in a dream can reflect the price we have to pay to achieve a certain aim.

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5 shows that gas pressure at positions near drainage hole is less than the farer position, and the gas pressure decreases with the ratio of about 0.0012 MPa/d.
As Torn Farer points out in this issue, our introductory piece in the first issue of volume 16, "Enhancing International Cooperation," expressed our view that the current system of global governance is woefully inadequate to deal with the dramatic economic, social, and political evolution of the international system in the past two decades.
Teacher, tender, Comrade, Wife, a fellow farer true through life.
Panel 3: Critical Considerations will include attorney Jack Fersko of Farer Fersko, Charlie Goulding of Energy Tax Savers Inc., and Dave Doran of Allied Building Products, addressing such topics as structural concerns, selling power back to the grid, and insurance/ warranty issues.
Regarding Southampton, they have "farer" liner terminals and their last new one completed not too long ago - cost more than twice the cost of ours, which is really a jetty and certainly not worthy of the name terminal.
What is the sin of those living between two security cordons in order for tem to suffer a lot while attempting to reach their homes via farer alternative roads?
The morning session closed with Alan Farer, vice president of R&D with Coty Cosmetics, who discussed "Cosmetic Colorant Surface Treatments--The Key to Delivering Enhanced Product Performance."
Exploring the theme, "Innovation in Color," the conference has confirmed over 20 speakers to date, including Wes Lucas, president, CEO and chairman of the board, Sun Chemical Corporation; Alan Farer, vice president, research, Coty Cosmetics; and Brian West, vice president, color technology, Techmer PM.
Lucas, Henry Shue, and Erin Kelly); secession and international law (Tom Farer, Christine Chwaszcza, and Allen Buchanan); and the critique of interventionism (Richard W.
RENSSELER LEE ET AL., TRANSNATIONAL CRIME IN THE AMERICAS: AN INTER-AMERICAN DIALOGUE BOOK, Edited by Tom Farer, Routledge, New York (1999).