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prang

In Thai architecture of the 13th to 18th cent. A.D., a sanctuary consisting of a tower-like main temple with a porch structure.
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For all those drivers who prang and run, the most likely reason is embarrassment (31%).
Lo anecdotico es que en 1890 Louis Prang se vio forzado a cerrar su negocio porque los estadounidenses prefirieron adquirir las tarjetas alemanas, que solo costaban un penique.
The Castro, the Village, and West Hollywood are the historic cores of our culture," Prang said.
Prang, a member of the European Banking Association (EBA), has previously been awarded a SWIFT Ready Gold product label and it works in close cooperation with the Deutsche Bundesbank for German payments clearing.
One more tactic is to bring the software team in-house, a move Prang has experimented with to prevent high turnover and promote loyalty.
In 1897, Daniels became art supervisor in Buffalo, New York, then worked at the Prang Educational Company.
Food fishes comprise the principal component of the Amazonian diet (67 kg/capita/year [Chao and Prang 1997b]) thus increasing the importance of aquatic ecosystems.
In the preface, Prang wonders why the story of Caroline Macdonald (who died of lung cancer at the age of 57 in 1931) had not already been told.
This alone will have a tremendous impact on tourism and further establish West Hollywood as a LGBT vacation destination," Mayor Prang continued.
Brett Hammond, owner of Timeline Auctions, said that Wonnacott was coming to visit them when he had p the prang in Harwich, Essex, on Wednesday evening.
Dodgy prang claims currently run to pounds 4million a day and add at least pounds 40 to the cost of average insurance policies.
PESHAWAR, November 05, 2009 (Balochistan Times): The government has provided latest equipments to the post graduate college in Ghalanai and completed the street pavement scheme in Bachagul village of Prang Ghar at Mohmand Agency.