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Archery
a. the white outermost ring on a target
b. a shot that hits this ring
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The PHW will be printed on both sides of cigarette packs and outers, manufactured in the country and imported to Pakistan.
The Pictorial Health Warning will be printed on both sides of cigarette packs and outers, being manufactured in the country or imported to Pakistan.
The Foul Out appears to have been discontinued as I cannot find it anyplace, including the Outers Laboratories website.
The letter, a copy of which is available with Pakistan Today, reads that in continuation of this Ministry's letter dated June 11, 2018, it is stated that the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination vide SROs 127(KE)/2017 and 128(KE)/2017 dated December 19, 2017 has prescribed the new Pictorial Health Warning (PHW) on cigarette packets and outers.
The health warning shall cover at least sixty percent of the front side and sixty percent of the back side of cigarette packets and printed cigarette outers from the day of June 2009'.
This heat-treatable alloy is claimed to offer automakers greater design flexibility due to its superior formability, strength performance and weight savings for outer and inner applications.
You could explain to Outers until you were blue in the face about the social and economic benefits migrants brought, but they wouldn't listen.
Former deputy PM John Prescott said: "Even if Cameron wins, the outers will move to shift him from No10.
OUTERS GUNCARE, 1 Vista Way, Anoka, MN 55303, (800) 379-1732, www.outers-guncare.com
I challenge the outers to stop quoting Churchill and to tell us all how leaving the EU will make us freer, what will I be able to do then that I can't do now?
The same can also be said for the outers. A leap in the dark, say the inners.
On one side, the Outers are crying for a brave new world, free from a deadening foreign hand, which holds on to all of their money, is so aloof it refuses to be questioned and now seems tired, dated and arrogant.