amerce


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amerce

to punish by a fine.
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The authority of photis on the amerces witch, Pamphiles' manipulation of demonic sources deserves notice with regard to the most obvious first level of motivation with its allocation to the intentional and programmatic agenda:
BASF has appointed Christ of Herion director of production for its intermediates unit located in Geismar, LA, where diols, derivatives and amerces are produced.