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He said the people of Ekiti State recalled his government in Ekiti had delivered on the four cardinal points, and lamented that the legacies he left behind were now being left to rot in the state.
In the 1st experiment, 240 weevils were used, and 10 weevils (5 males and 5 females) were released at 6 distances from the trap (1, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 m) in each of 4 cardinal points.
1 Sitting on and propelling something (6); 2 One of the four cardinal points of a compass (5).
Drawn is four years, four cardinal points and four epic adventures.
Prayers were held at each of the four cardinal points of the compass and taking the vista from the tower summit.
The maps were drawn on a background of wind rose lines positioned in relation to the cardinal points.
According to Avianca, the new identity bonds the heritage of the firm's route network, envisioning connecting the continent through all cardinal points.
I believe that Western powers and other global democracies should grasp, and act on the basis of, two cardinal points now that the Arab Spring has reached a critical turning point.
These environments were designed on the basis of the three cardinal points for bacterial growth: minimum, optimum, and maximum.
The central tower of the temple has four images of Buddha, each facing a different cardinal points, highlighting the fact that though Angkor Wat was constructed as a Hindu temple, it has served as a Buddhist temple since Buddhism became Cambodia's dominant religion in the 14th century.
Radiant Car Care Plus was created precisely keeping these three cardinal points in mind.
The Five Cardinal Points Fridolin Schoenwiese Austria