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Sohail said Cultus production declined to 710 units, minus 53 percent month-on-month, as PSMC gears up to launch 'Celario' named as 'New Cultus' later this month Indus Motors witnessed contraction during 9MFY17 due to operational issues.
O POTENCIAL TRANSFORMADOR DA ARTE: UMA COMPARACAO ENTRE PLEGARIA MUDA DE DORIS SALCEDO E CULTUS DE LUDMILA FERRARI
In previous advance polls, and in a vote on 14th May, 178 locals cast their ballot on a plan that will integrate the Cultus Lake water and distribution system with the Parkview water system.
Pak Suzuki Motor Company, a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation (TYO: 7269), is planning to halt production of its Cultus 1000cc car shortly, Pakistan Today has reported, citing the industry source.
8) Chronicles' focus on the southern kingdom (9) and David's role, as well as on the Jerusalem cultus, might reflect different material not found in those other documents.
In the cultus area it is obvious, with the focus on the celebration of liturgy, public and private, official and popular.
Suzuki Cultus sales fell to 9,618 units in July-April, 2011 from 9,892 units in the same period of last fiscal, while Alto sales jumped to 10,496 units from 8,640 units.
Tras este estudio que se puede considerar mas <<especulativo>>, siguen unos capitulos de un gran interes doctrinal y practico: uno dedicado a santa Maria en la vida de la Iglesia y del cristiano, donde a la luz de Lumen Gentium y de Marialis cultus se describe la presencia de santa Maria en la liturgia y en el culto, y otro donde se enumeran las principales caracteristicas de una verdadera piedad mariana.
This was followed by Suzuki Cultus and Suzuki Alto with 1,104 units (9,892 in 10M FY10) and 1,002 units (8,640 in 10M FY10), respectively in April 2010.
Bullet holes punctured his modest, Suzuki Cultus, sending shards of glass onto the road, television footage showed.
The two possible forms of landscape are identified as cultus and incultus.
The nymphs of eastern North American stonefly genus Cultus are described.