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Prominent Hill Mine contains an average grade of 106ppm U3O8, with parts of the ore-body averaging 212 to 260ppm U3O8.
9: LEROY WHITFIELD, 36, a prominent AIDS activist and columnist, dies of AIDS-related complications at a New York City hospital.
In addition to outrage over Thaksin's increasingly harsh "anti-terror" policies and treatment of political opponents, southerners were outraged that while the post- 9/11 economic downturn had hit them hard, prominent politicians and business leaders seemed not to be suffering.
May's in-depth work gives a more accurate picture of the opinions of both prominent and junior barristers in London to the transformations in criminal procedure occurring in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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Prominent Republicans who favor a return to the draft include Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, a likely 2008 presidential contender, and Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe, who insists that there are "huge social benefits" to conscription.
Similarly, Fischl in 1976 described a third crus of the antihelix and a prominent crus of the helix.
Canada played a prominent role in the April, 2003, Geneva meeting of the U.
Chicago should have a really prominent theater that tells the African American experience," he said.
One of the most terrible involved Homa Darabi, a prominent woman doctor.
Jean Gerson and his fellow professors at Paris had a major role and prominent voice in developments associated with the Schism that tarnished the papacy and splintered Christian allegiances from 1378 to 1415.
A member of ENGHC's board, Shaheen is a prominent engineer and a geologist.