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- n. A hard surface of rock fragments set in a sandy matrix, found in some hot deserts.
- abbr. regular
- abbr. regulation
- abbr. registrar
- abbr. registration
I'm no super fan, so If it doesn't have any special features specifically made for Imax, I will probably opt out and see it in reg theater.
Under new domain reg rules, you can register a domain for five days without paying for it.
For Chris Potters 'interpretation of the new reg from the official Mexican website look at my site ---- www. headformexico.com and click on the Ask the Renegade link.
Pre-reg is open for the O'Reilly Emerging Tech conference.
Shillings apiece for my breakfas'es -- now that's what I call a reg'lar piece of ambition. "
It's what I call a reg'lar comical sort of a job. "
He leaned against Ramon and whispered loud enough for me to hear, “Oh, Ramon, Jesse's not at all like me, but is, for all practical purposes, straight as straight can be here ... inAmerica, that is, a reg'lar Jack Armstrong, all-American boy.”
Co-reg, which is short for co-registration is the fine art of paying to have an offer listed on someone else's confirmation page that asks a viewer to sign up for your list at the same time they're signing up for someone else's list there are many variations on this, too.
Co-reg, which is short for co-registration is the fine art of paying to have an offer listed on someone else's confirmation page that asks a viewer to sign up for your list at the same time they're signing up for someone else's list (there are many variations on this, too).
It's a Ford Focus, a very pretty sky blue, and it's a W-reg, which is by far the spankingly newest car I've ever owned!!!!
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