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  • The of the debtor that is now known as the reo homes in Georgia is seized basically in order to recover the fiscal loss that the bank or the concerned money lender has suffered by his non repayment.

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  • "However, while the foremost priority is to increase the use of te reo, that is not incompatible with the promotion of the languages of other communities in New Zealand.

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  • I made a mental note last night as I was falling asleep to post this question. reo speedwagon, roll with the changes.

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  • Fantastic illustration of the difference between the American “innocent until proven guilty” and the original latin “in dubio pro reo”.

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  • The Soviets tried to strike immediately before reo could arrive & used the hilly terrain to cover their rush forward with T34's & ISU122's towards the right of the German line, while holding their SU76s back in a safe place covering the objectives.

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  • The Legal Maori Project seeks to resource speakers of te reo Maori who may not currently have access to a shared vocabulary to describe Western legal concepts.

    Maori Legal Archive

  • This Project will collate, develop and make available the terminology from Legal Maori texts, including those from the Legal Maori Archive, to all speakers and learners of te reo Maori and all researchersHat tip and comment.

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  • Más de 20 efectivos de la Policía Nacional de Seguridad Personal, mas escoltas, cuidaban al reo Alemán.

    Nicaraguan Protesters Pay Visit to Former President

  • If mortage rates were 8.0% for takeout financing of millions of reo the increase in loss at the margin would be phenomenal at the nationwide level.

    Max Fraad Wolff: Our Love, Hate Relation to Inflation

  • While Polynesian dialects have a common root, Hawaiians and speakers of te reo Maori have quite a lot of trouble understanding each other -- or so I have been assured by experts.

    "Come on shore and we will kill and eat you all"

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