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Hellen had three sons, Dorus, Xuthus, and Aeolus, parents of the Dorian, Ionic and Aeolian races, and the offspring of these was then detailed.
There is also a detailed first-time account of the Iran-Iraq War.
But he vetoed the detailed Republican budget, and, rather than providing his own budget, he came up only with a two-page list of vaguely worded ``principles that must be addressed'' in any compromise (principles which were clearly inconsistent with eliminating the budget deficit, because they would have kept virtually everyone from substantial budgetary pain).
Louise Hartye Williamson, CPA, a technical manager in the AICPA auditing standards division, describe the new SAS and explain that the detailed audit and reporting guidance previously found in SAS no.
Visitors to Steve's Detailing site can also visit an online photo gallery of some of the vehicles that have been detailed at Steve's.
Broad-level (for example, year-to-year numbers) expectations aren't generally as precise as expectations developed using more detailed (for example, monthly) data.
The report provides detailed analysis and forecasts of the nuclear power sector in France.
Regularly detailed cars cost less to run; spotting leaks (fuel, oil, water) worn hoses and fan belts, and dangerously misaligned tires is easy during detailing and can save you much time and money by preventing major problems and costly repairs.
Also included in the report is a detailed list of manufacturers who are applying for certification, the panels they are certifying, and the date at which they expect to receive the certification.
This service includes detailed corporate structures, details of key management personnel and a brief overview of recent financial performance.
This service includes detailed organograms of corporate structures, details of key management personnel and a brief overview of recent financial performance.
The report is a substantial document of 475 pages containing overall analysis of the transmission and distribution systems, chapters dealing with each of 183 individual countries and the detailed statistical tables of line lengths and system capacity.