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CARAT, weights. A carat is a weight equal to three and one-sixth grains, in diamonds, and the like. Jac. L. Dict. See Weight.

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Status dan manajemen pengendalian jamur akar putih di perkebunan karet (Status and management of white root rot control in rubber plantation).
Karet, "Inherited distal renal tubular acidosis," Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, vol.
Giant Eagle launched its Market District concept in 2006, aiming to be, in the words of CEO Laura Karet, "the best passion-for-food store in North America."
The present study is in concordance with studies by Karet al (4) and Jha et al (5), where most of the cases were seen between 30-50 yrs of life.
"Kronologis Penyelesaian Konflik Kebun Karet Tua Masyarakat Pangean (Kelompok M.
99a), the person who believes that the Torah is from heaven but believes that it contains sections that were not written by Moses denies the basis of the Jewish faith but is not punished by karet. Hereby, Hirschensohn sought to accredit scholarly views inconsistent with the dogmatic stance formulated in Maimonides' eighth principle and facilitate the opening of a Bible department at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Nedostatek duveryhodnosti byl jeste nasoben mezinarodnimi medii, a to i temi ze zapadnich zemi, ktera tradicne zajimaji vice negativni udalosti a pokryvaji casto prvnich 90 minut udalosti za soucasneho ignorovani dalsich 90 dnu, coz hraje do karet prave povstalcum.
Cadangan karbon pada pertanian karet (Hevea brasiliensis) di Perkebunan Karet Bojong Datar PTP Nusantara VIII Kabupaten Pandeglang Banten.
"The goal of our multi-format strategy is to allow us to meet the diverse needs of our customers," Karet says.
(68) Colin Barlow and John Drabble, 'Pemerintah dan industri karet yang muncul di Indonesia dan Malaysia 1900-1940', in Sejarah ekonomi Indonesia, ed.