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  • This latter use of the Hebrew word ets refers to an angiosperm—a tree with fruit and seed—not a fern or a grass.

    The Source

  • Heb. ` ets, meaning "a tree" (Esther 6: 4), a post or gibbet.

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • And if you're a fan of two teams who have "- ets" at the end of their name, you gotta be thinking, this could be one of the most interesting weeks in a while ...

    Mets Merized Online

  • The French, among others, view financial safety n ets as a way to prevent countries pooling massive currency reserves, helping avoid turbulence in currency markets.

    IMF Wants Network Of Regional Funds

  • Food alone has caused my little house hold to go on a cost cutting binge of late … We are all on die-ets.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: April 19, 2010

  • I'll make my usual, by now dogeared (no offense) comment about foreigners (gringos, expats, ets.) who seem to feel that those who cling to their native culture; live in expat-intensive communities and can only "get by" in Spanish are somehow inferior to those who boldly go forth to become assimilated into Mexican culture.

    Cost of living in Mexican cities

  • I am unwilling to let pass the opportunity which this space gives me of saying how much I admire, and thank you for, your Sonn [ets to] the memory of my dear Father,

    Letter 400

  • Enhorabona!!! ets molt “terrible” en això de crear blocs! jejeje una abraçada i els millors desitjos per als dos!

    Offtopic: ens casem!!! | [bauen]

  • Thursday approached the Securities and Exchange Board of India, asking the mark ets regulator to investigate the proposed merger, what it claims is inadequate disclosure and violations of insider trading of India Securities shares.

    Vodafone-Essar Group Spat Intensifies

  • Politicians may express distaste for what some categorize as banks '"excessive" profits but stock mark ets Monday rejoiced in the buoyant figures produced by two of Europe's biggest banks, HSBC and BNP Paribas.

    Remember: Profits Equal Prosperity

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  • Also called cap and trade.

    September 11, 2009

  • Emissions Trading Scheme.

    January 26, 2009

  • Experation, term of service

    January 26, 2009