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In a government survey, a square tract of land six miles on each side, constituting thirty-six square miles. In some states, the name given to the political subdivision of a county.



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Preparation of tomato waste extract: Ethanolic extract of TWP was prepared by adding 120 ml ethanol, 30 ml distilled water in 15 g dried TWP.
TWPs mission is to democratize power for offgrid applications and in support of cloud connected solutions.
TWP's mission on the reservation is unique and provocative.
"He can be here [in the TWP offices] all day and you not even know it," says Rose Perkins, the company's secretary for the past seven years.
Dearborn American Vintage Homes Shelby Twp. C & M Enterprises Inc.
Lamb Technicon Body & Assembly Systems, Chesterfield Twp., MI, or circle 344
Add Medicare's 9-month trial work period (TWP) to the 93-month EPE, and you reach 8.5 years of Medicare coverage for disabled SS beneficiaries who return to work.
The RCP Group have further strengthened their thermoforming operations in Western and Eastern Europe, following the acquisition of the Dutch manufacturer TWP Packaging Twente BV and their Polish subsidiary TWP Polska Sp.z.o.o.
It is the inductive crosstalk component characteristic that makes LVD SCSI operate with Twisted Wire Pair (TWP) up to the maximum SCSI length, 12 meters with max configuration.
For example, SSDI beneficiaries can work for up to 9 months in a 5-year period (with a 3-month grace period) without losing benefits under the Trial Work Period (TWP).
"We really have such a fight in us," Huskies senior goalkeeper Amanda Johnson said after Naperville North advanced past Lyons Twp. in a Class 3A girls soccer semifinal with a 4-2 result in penalty kicks.
Adam will become a figurehead of both Glyndwr Racing and TWP Racing (Together, We Progress), a private father-and-son race team working in partnership with Wrexham Glyndwr University.