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required to meet the above criteria singly Pre-bid meeting date : 15 Jan 2018 Opening date : 02 Feb 2018
Similarly, women parliamentarians, singly, submitted 20 resolutions, 14 calling attention notices, 1,383 questions, 22 motions under rule 259 and raised 64 points of order during the reporting period.
The spaces, which varied in size at 25, 50, 100 and 200 micrometers across, were evenly singly and doubly crosslinked.
When Woolf views her servant Nelly singly, she is often scathing and unsympathetic; it is only when she considers her as a member of the class of uneducated women that she is able to see that "the fault lies in the system" (D3 220).
Consequently, as singly listed stocks become more isolated from world market, investors will demand a return-premium to compensate for additional risk (28).
Morin and colleagues evaluated the short- and long-term effects of CBT, singly and combined with the medication zolpidem.
To determine if intensity of parasitism affected costs of parasitism on hosts, we further categorized parasitized nests as either singly parasitized (one cowbird egg) or multiply parasitized (>1 cowbird egg).
These lovely glasses are available singly, priced pounds 6 each, or in sets.
Each location may be purchased singly, or in any combination, including all locations in a single package.
A spokesman for Shinawatra in London said: "This situation will not singly affect the takeover bid.
All randomised trials involving adults comparing beta carotene, vitamin A, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E, and selenium either singly or combined versus placebo or versus no intervention were included in their analysis.
The wristbands are sold singly for a cost of $3 or in packs of 10 for $25.