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hewn

1. Roughly dressed, as stone shaped with mallet and chisel.
2. Roughly shaped with an ax, as hewn logs.
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'Hew then introduced a Chinese national based in the Philippines, who supposedly runs a casino, there to Leong.
For one, Hew is predominantly interested in public manifestations of ethnic and religious identity politics at the national level.
For each type of billable activity, we used data from the TMS to calculate the average time spent by an HEW per patient/community encounter (we use the term 'encounter' to refer to each discrete time an activity was performed).
'In Asia noncommunicable diseases account for 72 percent of all deaths and 63 percent of the total disease burden, i.e., disability Adjusted life years [Dalys], serve as a composite measure of premature death and years lived with disability,' Hew said.
"The transaction comprises a portfolio of well-situated and leased assets, and we are pleased to have helped arrange a solution for FX Net Lease Holdings LLC," Hew said.
In her introduction, Hew notes the dearth of recent research on the family and marriage in Borneo studies.
HEWs described a HMIS for capturing family data through registration, logging HEW service provision, and assisting in follow-up.
Hew Strachan, a Scottish military historian known for his celebrated work on World War One, has won the 2016 Pritzker Military Museum & Library Literature Award for Lifetime Achievement in Military Writing, it was announced on Monday.
" It's at 3.1 percent this year and we expect to see recovery in 2016 by 3.4 percent for the region as a whole," Hew said.
Hew said since leaving home his granddaughter has not called home even once, not even to ask about her son.
Mr Hew said: "Caldmore Housing Association was founded on strong community principles and I was grateful to have the opportunity to build on these and grow the organisation with these values still rmly in place.
HEW, which represents the nation's vicechancellors, fears a reduction in university autonomy and warned that "the overall impact of the legislative framework is di-cult to assess".