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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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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'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'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

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  • Experation, term of service

    January 26, 2009

  • Emissions Trading Scheme.

    January 26, 2009

  • Also called cap and trade.

    September 11, 2009