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  • Jeanne Fleck, (USA) Velo Duluth/twin Ports Cyclery, in @1Lp 5 laps

    2010 Louisville Derby Cup day 2 results

  • For example, Dubai Ports is limited solely to Dubai.

    Matthew Yglesias » Temasek

  • For example, Dubai Ports is limited solely to Dubai. urgs Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Temasek

  • You fill up deficiencies with a call on the territorial Volunteer battalion, and away you go with what we call a Ports battalion.

    Traffics and Discoveries

  • Essar Ports, which is part of the telecom to steel conglomerate owned by the Ruias, did not confirm the proposed move but said the existing Canadian port facility at Sault Ste Marie, where Essar Steel operates Essar Steel Algoma , needed upgradation.

    Morning News Roundup

  • He helped develop the Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System, a navigation system known as Ports in which underwater sensors and computers provide constantly updated information on tides, wind and currents.

    Henry 'Hank' Frey, 77; helped develop NOAA navigation system

  • If you look at P&O Ports, which is the company that Dubai Ports World ...

    CNN Transcript Feb 27, 2006

  • The bill also establishes an independent ports regulatory body to be known as the Ports Regulator, whose main function will be to hear complaints, appeals, and "most importantly" to consider tariffs and other charges.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It is the northern third of a larger four-lane proposal called the Ports to Plains Alliance that involves upgrading roads starting in Laredo, Texas, and running through nine Plains states.

    greatfallstribune.com - SPORTS

  • The Ports were the first to get on the scoreboard, posting two runs in the first inning.

    Minor League Baseball News - MLN - The Raw Feed

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