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pomfret

1. any of various fishes of the genus Stromateidae of the Indian and Pacific oceans: valued as food fishes
2. any of various scombroid fishes, esp Brama raii, of northern oceans: valued as food fishes
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Larry Pomfret can be reached directly via email LPomfret@endmydebt.
As noted by Pomfret, GPS location-aware smart phones and other devices already collect enormous amounts of data about where people go, who they are and what they do.
Despite the different working environment at the DHB, Pomfret said management everywhere faces the same issues when helping sick or injured staff at work.
GREAT REALISM: Pomfret Sisters II by David Wheeler is a star of the show
After surveying the five national economies, Pomfret proceeds to address the difficulties in measuring overall economic performance within a transition context, as well as winners and losers from reform, drawing evidence from most recent household survey data.
Pomfret first came to China as a visiting student in 1980.
Pomfret focuses on two towns, both with industrial bases in the areas of textile production, coal mining, and metalworking, each of which was of medium size in relation to other urban settlements in its respective country--Nottingham having, in 1901, a population of 259,902, while its French counterpart numbered 139,129 inhabitants.
He was outraged when Pomfret, 23, was given the pounds 75,000 compensation by Bolton Council in 2002 after claiming that being sent to the wrong school as a child led him into a life of crime.
Mr Joyce, 41, began his own damages claim earlier this year to stop Pomfret from getting any of the money.
Pomfret was chairman of Unilever's marketing executive committee.
Pomfret Lad, a smart two-year-old, has been highly tried, running better than his form figures suggest, while Proud Boast, raised 6lb for her recent Newcastle win, has just a 3lb penalty.
Shipman, 53, signed the death certificate claiming Mrs Pomfret died from coronary thrombosis and heart disease coupled with the effects of heavy smoking and chronic manic depression.