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a litter of piglets
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It shows that as the order of the Farrow filter increases, the relative error [[epsilon].sub.e] decreases rapidly.
In the town of Boda, more than four hours' drive from the capital, Farrow met with internally displaced Muslim families trapped in an enclave surrounded by armed groups hostile to them, who spoke of living in constant fear of attacks.
and its wholly owned subsidiary Pantone LLC, says that Farrow & Ball has adopted X-Rite Pantone's colour measurement and management solutions.
Farrow built and established a ministry serving more than 1,000 local residents and mentoring hundreds of volunteers, and she brought "a Bread of Life'' kitchen to the Food Share program, where more than 10,000 meals were served under her direction.
This season introduces 13 new sunglasses and eight new optical styles, featuring acetate, metal and Linda Farrow's unique snakeskin-covered frames.
This is expected to open up new opportunities for Farrow & Ball to improve its customer experience, as part of the brand's wider consumer engagement plan.
This year's iteration was predicated on the publication in The Hollywood Reporter of Ronen Farrow's damning essay, "My Father, Woody Allen, and the Danger of Questions Unasked." The piece defends his sister, Dylan Farrow, who is a daughter of longtime Allen film actress and former girlfriend Mia Farrow.
United States-based WEC Energy Group (NYSE: WEC) has named William M Farrow III as its new director, effective January 1, 2018.
Farrow was jailed for a minimum of 18 years in 2000 for the murder of Wendy Speakes, 51, who was stabbed in her face and neck after being subjected to a prolonged sex attack in her Wakefield home in 1994.
Caroline Farrow said she has been told by Surrey Police that they "want to conduct a taped interview under caution" because of posts she made on social media in October.
In early 1914, Charles Farrow, a book-keeper and dispenser to two doctors, began living with an old childhood flame, Jane Bruce, at 86, Chirkdale Street, in Walton.