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baby

noun bairn, changeling, child, fledgling, infant, juvenile, kid, minor, toddler, young innocent, youngling
Associated concepts: abortion, adoption, baby act, illegitimacy
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National Interstate added that most of Atlas Financial Holdings' $110 million paratransit business will be eligible for quotation under this arrangement over the first 12 month after the agreement's inception.
The Atlas 300 AI accelerator card comes in a half-height half-length PCIe standard card form factor, and is positioned for data center and edge server scenarios.
Atlas General Insurance Services is a full service program administrator offering a range of insurance products.
Atlas had worked a handful of Pacquiao fights from the broadcast panel, and in 2016 he trained Timothy Bradley for the third showdown with the Filipino.
The Atlas intelligent computing platform is an evolution of the Atlas intelligent cloud hardware platform released in 2017.
11 video's description noted that Atlas' control software enabled the robot to use its whole body to create the needed power and momentum for jumping from one place to another.
Atlas said the addition of ACH Foam Technologies brings decades of experience, diverse product offerings and a range of advanced technology to Atlas' expanded polystyrene foam business and establishes the largest manufacturer of molded polystyrene in North America.
Atlas Renewable Energy is part of the Energy Fund IV, founded by Actis, a private equity investor in the energy sector of emerging markets.
According to the company, all shares in its wholly-owned subsidiary Epiroc AB will be distributed to Atlas Copco's shareholders in proportion, with one share in Atlas Copco AB entitled to one share in Epiroc AB.
In the evening, during games time, Atlas takes the students through 100 metre races, relays and other sports.
Charles Atlas is familiar to any boy who grew up in mid-20th-century America reading comic books and magazines.

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