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This report provides detailed analysis of the underground gas storage in North America, as well as details of the key companies, trends and issues in the industry forecast until 2016.
McVittie says he sees these initiatives helping to close the gap between the underground and above ground economy.
Before 1863, the Underground Railroad was a system of cooperation among African American slaves, free African Americans, abolitionists, sympathetic whites and Native Americans to help slaves escape their bonds and claim the promise of freedom.
But although drugs, sex, and cheap labor are all aspects of the underground economy, it's not clear whether the whole here adds up to more than the sum of the parts.
Black emcees are missing in the underground, like they all over the commercial but they MIA underground.
And after exhaustive meetings with the Polish Home Army, the underground negotiated for some 60 revolvers, dozens of hand grenades and various explosives.
In January, 1997, Cardinal Kung Foundation released to the news media an internal document of the Chinese government detailing procedures to eradicate the underground Catholic Church, including the use of "resolute, decisive and organized measures.
The line will also have wider benefits for Londoners, bringing the Underground to areas of the city that previously lacked an efficient metro link, such as North Greenwich and Bermondsey.
Specific locations where drugs were bought and sold defined part of the underground marketplace.
The most recent 'zine revolution - the one that formed the template for 'zines to this day - occurred in the late '70s, when enterprising punk fans decided to do for their subculture what the underground newspapers of the '60s had done for psychedelia.
The underground process of Ellisoh's hibernating narrator emerges as the oral/syndetic process of John's ancestral invocation emerges in print.
Many groups reviewing the WIPP program have opposed the underground tests, contending that the department has never demonstrated that the data are important for the permitting process.