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MANSION. This term is synonymous with house. (q.v.) 1 Chit. Pr. 167; 2 T. R. 502; 1 Tho. Co. Litt. 215, n. 35; 9 B. & C. 681; S. C. 17 E. C. L. R. 472, and the cases there cited; Com. Dig. Justices, P 5; 3 Serg. & Rawle, 199. A portion only of a building may come under the description of a mansion-house. 1 Leach, 89, 428; 1 East, P. C. C. 15, s. 19. 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1571, note.

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Mantion, for example, asserted: 'C'est sous la plume de Baudelaire que l'on trouve le texte fondateur' ('Enveloppes a Marat David', p.
Fortunately, as the economic recovery starts to take hold in the second half of 2003, the benefits of using optical modules will merge with a renewed optimism expected about the networking equipment industry, and we will see real traction from these products," says Eric Mantion, a Senior Analyst with In-Stat/MDR.
Online gaming is a real industry, which will make real money, and has some fairly significant consequences for the companies involved," said Eric Mantion, a senior analyst with the company.
By offering the very core of a 640Gbps switch or router for less than $110k, Internet Machines has an opportunity to really help OEMs provide equipment to carriers that have a completely new pricing paradigm," said Eric Mantion, senior analyst, In-Stat/MDR.
As much of the industry's advances rely solely on those in semiconductor technology, IC vendors will enjoy a bountiful future as new networks are constructed, existing ones are upgraded and the yet untapped access and enterprise markets are penetrated," says Eric Mantion, a senior analyst with In-Stat/MDR.
Grimes (1992) lists the following languages as having 10,000 or more speakers: Central and Yaosakor Asmat (53,000); Awyu (18,000); Biak (100,000); Damal (14,000, including Amungme); Lower Grand Valley, Mid-Grand Valley, and Western Dani (300,000); Ekari (100,000, also known as Kapauku); Hatam (12,000); Kaeti (10,000); Northern and Southern Kati (12,000); Mai Brat (20,000); Mantion (12,000); Meah 10,000; Moni (25,000); Nduga (10,000); Ngalum (10,000); Sentani (25,000); Wolani (10,000); Angguruk and Ninia Yali (50,000); Taqay (10,000); and Yonggom (17,000).
Stephane Mantion, campaigns director of the French Red C ross, said: "David spoke in very moving terms about why he wanted to do this work and we are very happy, like Diana, to have such a figure working for us.
With the demand of cost effective and ubiquitous security on the rise, integrating security on motherboards and server motherboards for security appliance hardware platforms is a popular trend," said Eric Mantion, senior analyst with In-Stat/MDR.
The PI-40SAX--the third evolution of Agere's switching chip product line--will empower telecom original equipment manufacturers of the world to revolutionize the way carriers look at their equipment and could very well be the catalyst needed to help telecommunications service providers to finally return to profitability," Eric Mantion, an analyst with In-Stat/MDR.