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It will also include Above PAR, a GUI application to manage and track equipment and inventory as well as audit and report data for ongoing maintenance and improvements.
India's efforts, after Cook put them in, appeared above par - thanks chiefly to Raina (100) but also half-centuries from Rohit Sharma (52) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (52) - and England's batsmen duly confirmed that impression.
7 ( ANI ): Although majority opinion said that middle-order batsman Yuvraj Singh lost the match for India against Sri Lanka in Sunday's Twenty20 World Cup final by scoring just 11 runs of 21 balls, his skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, came to his defence by saying that Yuvraj tried his best, and would be the most disappointed over his inability to help India score an above par total.
A BIRMINGHAM municipal golf course is now well above par following a PS2.
The writing is well above par, and as one of the editors states, it does make good shiterature.
But with the leaderboard featuring scores above par all day, he put himself in contention at No.
There are days when I hit two below par on a front nine, but on the back nine I'm four above par.
In rankings among the top environmental law journals, the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law performed at or above par with well-regarded specialty journals such as UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, Tulane Environmental Law Journal, Pace Environmental Law Review, Natural Resources Journal, and Natural Resources and the Environment.
Knocked sideways by a six at the troublesome 15th hole, he picked up two shots on the last three holes and at two above par, has something to play for today.
Indeed, all of the illustrations are well above par, and include color maps and drawings by notable artists like Howard Pyle.
Apple Computer bucked the PC industry's downward trend by reported 37% growth, and Microsoft stayed well above par with a sales rise of 18%.