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gradine

1. A step.
2. A raised shelf above and at the back of an altar.
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Las obras de Marino, Solaas y Gradin son efectivamente interpretadas por los navegadores.
Zinzendorf had revealed his plan to Gradin as the former prepared to depart on an Atlantic voyage for Britain and North America.
The parliament has already decided that the national day should be a so-called "red day" and Gradin was given the task to investigate what the economic consequences of it would be, reported the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
Anita Gradin, aged 65, Swedish socialist, responsible for immigration, justice and home affairs, financial control, fraud prevention.
Anita Gradin, who is visiting Tokyo to participate in Japan-European Union (EU) ministerial talks, made the agreement in a meeting with Mamoru Nishida, chairman of the National Public Safety Commission, at the National Police Agency headquarters in Tokyo, the officials said.
The partnership with Novozymes will further boost Braskem's technology development and be a key step in the company's path to consolidate its worldwide leadership in green polymers, all leveraged by Brazil's competitive advantages within renewable resources," says Bernardo Gradin, CEO of Braskem.
The Commission will do its utmost to provide support to the requests from the Associations in this respect, thanks to the opportunities existing in Community programmes relating to law and order and other matters", concluded Anita Gradin.
But this weekend British Tory MEPs were still pressing the Commission to deliver up Commissioners Ms Emma Bonino, Ms Edith Cresson, Ms Anita Gradin, Mr Manuel Marin, Mr Christos Papoutsis and the man in charge of the EU budget Mr Erkki Liikanen.
European Trade Commissioner Leon Brittan, Industry Commissioner Martin Bangemann and Justice Commissioner Anita Gradin will attend the meeting in Tokyo.
Fredrik Gradin has been president and CEO of Explorer Group Inc.
When the Draft Action Plan was first tabled on May 26, Mrs Gradin commented that "the starting point for the Action Plan is that every individual Member State is responsible for the fight against drugs on its own territory, based on the principles of the three United Nations Conventions on drugs, ratified by all Member States".
THE former Swedish ambassador to the UN and Austria, trade unionist Gradin, 65, is the EU's immigration and anti-fraud commissioner.