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COD

abbreviation for cash on delivery.
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People call this "hwangtae deokjang" or "golden pollack farms.
Presently, Dr Pollack serves as the co-founding editor of the annual ASRS Preferences and Trends (PAT) Survey which is the largest international survey of medical and surgical trends in retina, as well as co-founder of The Winning Pitch Challenge, a medical competition that encourages and supports innovation in ophthalmology.
Pollack recommends look for shaded areas, telling IBT, "Many festivals that we work at - including our medical tents - have shaded areas.
Carolyn Pollack is a distinctive jewelry designer whose silver and gemstone creations are all designed and hand-crafted in the U.
Pollack argues that it is not a single, major event, but rather the slow accumulation of minor setbacks and a consistent lack of encouragement that eventually drives women out of science.
Pollack has significant experience handling the purchase, sale, and financing of major commercial properties, as well as lease transactions, construction contracts, real estate development projects, and real estate litigation management.
Pollack was wearing jogging clothes and carrying an iPod when a passer-by discovered him and contacted police.
According to the Huffington Post, Pollack, however, admitted that he was going to 'stick his foot in his mouth' before making the comment, saying that he believes that people that have been around football and have played the game should be a part of the selection committee.
My dear Joe has left us, far more quietly than was his usual style," said his wife, Ann Lemons Pollack, to readers of their St.
In 2006, Neal Pollack described Hecht as "a newspaperman in an age when that profession had literary possibilities, and a short-story writer when that profession had commercial ones.
There were some top contenders, but they all had to bow to our first winner - Ian Napier, whose 16lb 8oz pollack was caught from a trip on board Flamer III out of Weymouth.
Call2Recyle spokeswoman Lisa Pollack explains the effort to HWSA.