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It is not uncommon for certain military personnel to be unacquainted with the terms "Reservists" and "Citizen Armed Force.
Readers unacquainted with Character in Crisis, however, will undoubtedly find B.
The review provides the right venue to help the CEO to acquire new skills and knowledge--and to get advice on topics in which he or she is weak or unacquainted.
It is currently very difficult for Chinese investors to establish a company of their own and start manufacturing products in Bulgaria because they are unacquainted with the market.
The video features footage from the current season of "Doctor Who,'' and while it's always lovely to see Peter Capaldi's Twelfth Doctor and Jenna Coleman as his companion, Clara Oswald, the video could have fared just as well without the tie-in (maybe better, actually, for those unacquainted with the show).
However, serving mussels can be a daunting task for the unacquainted.
Communist Party of India (CPI) leader Atul Kumar Anjan echoing similar sentiments said Mangeshkar is unacquainted with Indian history and politics so her remark does not hold strong.
This may cause the book to drive away those who are unacquainted with these fields.
They said there are at least five victims, all of whom were unacquainted with the suspect.
Especially for those unacquainted with Kim's work, this text is recommended.
Honey Boo Boo, for those unacquainted, is actually six-year-old beauty pageant hopeful Alana Thompson who live i s in Georgia.
My new neighbors, unacquainted with the principles of soil science, simply spread grass seed over the sand, applied dry fertilizer and water, and hoped for the best.