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  • Argentine Rural Society (large landowners' association), business organizations, students, and the Catholic Church Member of: FAO, G-77, GATT, IADB,
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  • Earth. We still have the best workers and farmers, entrepreneurs and businesses, students and scientists, and you can see that here in Alpha. You can see it
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  • energy, and strength of voice. Their powers of application, as business men, students, and ministers, had declined, as also their enterprise, fervor,
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  • plan— (i) to provide useful information to foreign tourists, business people, students, scholars, scientists, and others interested in traveling to the
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  • Grameen Bank gives student loans to Grameen borrowers' children to pursue higher education. Nearly 10,000 such students have received student loans from Grameen
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  • Accounts, p. 2164, p. 2165 Arithmetic: Cash Account, p. 2166 Arithmetic: Business Exercises, p. 2167, p. 2168 Arithmetic: Factors and Multiples, p. 2169
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  • annually held the Nizhnii Novgorod fair, which transacts a large volume of business.  Population 26,972. This article contains an obvious error.  Nizhnii Novgorod
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Danube 85401The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Danube Dan'ube, the second river of Europe, inferior
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  • an eminent merchant of Toronto, Canada.  Receiving his education and business training in the north of Ireland, he came to Canada in 1857, and after
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  • Lincoln is the chief railroad center of Nebraska. It has a large wholesale business in groceries and other merchandise, coal, lumber, steam and water machinery
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  • beautiful Ram Newas gardens, covering 70 acres, are a fine park.  Its business is chiefly banking.  Population 160,000.  The state has an area, including
    757 bytes (120 words) - 09:22, 29 December 2006
  • climate delightful. Arizona is rich in minerals, and mining is the chief business. Jerome is a very active mining town in the copper region; there has also
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  • northeastern Florida, the county seat of Duval County and the principal business town in the state, is on the St. John's River, 23 miles from its mouth
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  • commercial education constantly in view. Students. — There were, in 1917, approximately half a million students in commercial courses in the United States
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  • forwarded from Kingston, which also is the center of the hydraulic cement business, and contains breweries, foundries, brickyards, cigar-factories, shirt-factories
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  • heart of the city is occupied by the palace; much of the rest of it is filled with mud huts. There is little business. Population, with suburbs, 50,000.
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Boston 1790100The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Boston Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, the
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  • Upsala was founded in 1476, and has 1,835 students; and the smaller University of Lund numbers 874 students. There are 113 high schools with nearly 25
    183 bytes (1,110 words) - 16:52, 18 March 2015
  • Students By Guy Montrose Whipple 1426311Popular Science Monthly Volume 67 October 1905 — The Distribution of the Daily Time of Cornell Students
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  • to the Green Mountains and 67 miles southeast of Burlington. The main business is quarrying and working marble. There also are foundries and railroad-shops
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