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A midfielder at full-back, a midfield trio that would have been a long price to start this game when the fixtures were announced, and Firmino back as the furthermost striker.
Whereas, maximum recessive genes were contained in Chakwal-50 followed by Chakwal-86 being furthermost from the origin.
Those who drive slowly on Oman's highways are advised to drive in the furthermost right lane so as to not cause any inconvenience to other drivers.
First, the proposed definition of "onshore production facility or onshore production operation" would end the production function at the furthermost downstream point of measurement for purposes of calculating mineral severance or where the flow stream from two or more wells commingles.
OUTER space is already filling up with junk but I wouldn't hesitate to put Boris Johnson and Donald Trump - they should get on splendidly - in a rocket to the furthermost galaxy.
Contained in each group were various subgroups with slaves at the furthermost bottom, freed slaves and vagrants a step up.
The key is the offset in bytes of this preserve to the start point of the data file, furthermost the set stored in a string of the composition of this record.
Everyone looked up, in the bedroom on the furthermost left-hand side, a dim light flickered.
As well as rise in the use of potassium intake along with a less utilization in sodium intake is the furthermost important dietary change that a person can make to decrease their risk of cardiovascular disease, just like Mark Houston an associate clinical professor of medicine at Vanderbilt Medical School and director of the Hypertension Institute at St.
and was reinforced by an iconographic production of unprecedented violence, giving credit to the concept of a stagnant sub-humanity that was to be found at the furthermost boundaries of empire, existing on the margin between the human and the animal" (107).
Having projected its furthermost thither as its own proper end, the acting human being must return to its "place" to play out its destiny.
When the moon is at perigee, its shortest distance from the Earth, it is 226,000 miles away and appears 14% larger and 30% brighter than when it is at its furthermost point.