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“Also killed in the September raid were bomb maker Bagus "Urwah" Budi Pranoto, Susilo alias Adit, and Aryo "Aji" Sudarso, one of Noordin's protégés.”
“Puruhito, familiarly called Adit, defeated Singaporean Adriel Chua Boon Rong 115-111.”
“All Americans, but particularly people with darker skin, should pay attention" to new guidelines due next year, says Adit Ginde, a researcher at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine.”
“Mother of God art thou, Adit [= i], destroying sin.”
“Depth of Adit fifty fathoms -- m-- depth below Adit ninety fathoms.”
“Alongside, and almost touching it, for space was valuable there, and had to be economised, was the iron pipe -- nearly a foot in diameter -- which conveyed the water from the mine to the "Adit level.”
“In process of time, the miner works away all the lode down to the sea-level, and must sink the shaft deeper -- perhaps ten or twenty fathoms -- where new levels are driven horizontally "on the lode," and water accumulates which must be pumped up to the Adit level, whence it escapes to the sea.”
“At the Johnson Adit, a select sample of strongly oxidized, breccia mineralization from the underground rock dump returned 2,520 g/t Ag 1.6 g/t Au and greater than 20 per cent Pb.”
“There's a rush when you get on top of the train, plus the view is great and you don't have to pay," another rail surfer Adit, 17, told the Jakarta Globe.”
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