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  • noun astronomy emission-line galaxy

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Examples

  • Raltives in Norway say they on regular basis dispatch the "ELG" (moose) with 160 gr 6.5 x 55,. .and most Scandanvian countries Finland included are all pretty high on the. 308Yup 7.62 natoThey consider it good Elg (moose) and seal medicine.

    Where the Metal Meets the Meat

  • ChinaCast is organized into two business segments: the e-Learning Group ( "ELG"), encompassing the Company's e-Learning education service businesses, and the Traditional University Group ( "TUG"), offering accredited bachelor and diploma degree programs to students from the Foreign Trade and Business College ( "FTBC") campus in Chongqing and the Lijiang College ( "LJC") campus in Guilin.

    News

  • The sea was calm the Irish coast was within sight, the buffet was generous, wine flowed freely, and ELG made a gracious tribute to his mother.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • ELG talked of Rabelais and ate like Gargantua: mulligatawny soup, fried whiting, brill with shrimps, pork cutlets, to mates farcies, boiled turkey in celery sauce, curried hare, roast pheasant with all the trimmings.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • ELG talked of Rabelais and ate like Gargantua: mulligatawny soup, fried whiting, brill with shrimps, pork cutlets, to mates farcies, boiled turkey in celery sauce, curried hare, roast pheasant with all the trimmings.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • The sea was calm the Irish coast was within sight, the buffet was generous, wine flowed freely, and ELG made a gracious tribute to his mother.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • The sea was calm the Irish coast was within sight, the buffet was generous, wine flowed freely, and ELG made a gracious tribute to his mother.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • The sea was calm the Irish coast was within sight, the buffet was generous, wine flowed freely, and ELG made a gracious tribute to his mother.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • ELG talked of Rabelais and ate like Gargantua: mulligatawny soup, fried whiting, brill with shrimps, pork cutlets, to mates farcies, boiled turkey in celery sauce, curried hare, roast pheasant with all the trimmings.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • ELG talked of Rabelais and ate like Gargantua: mulligatawny soup, fried whiting, brill with shrimps, pork cutlets, to mates farcies, boiled turkey in celery sauce, curried hare, roast pheasant with all the trimmings.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

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