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  • v. Present participle of scope.


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  • PS: solved my MArlin scoping problem, bought Leupolds DT's and mounts and a new Nikon scope.

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  • A preliminary economic assessment (previous known as a scoping study) has been recommended for the project.

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  • The Pentagon's Central Command has begun a preliminary internal review of US military capabilities in the region, which one senior official called a "scoping exercise" that would provide options for the president if and when they were requested. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • Negotiations will be preceded by what the leaders called a "scoping exercise" to ensure that both side share the same goals and level of ambition for the negotiations.

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  • The first is something called a scoping document that the

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  • Inc. (the "Company" or "Continental") (TSX: CZQ) is pleased to announce positive results from the preliminary economic assessment ( "PEA") (also called a scoping study) on its MMS Viken Licence and surrounding licences in Sweden.

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  • The so-called scoping meetings are a prelude to the environmental impact statement. | news

  • The so-called scoping meeting will be held at the Merced Senior Center on Thursday, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. front

  • Federal law requires the Marine Corps to conduct a series of public meetings, called scoping meetings, to gather comments as it prepares its Environmental Impact Statement about the jets.

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  • The board now mentions small-business concerns and inclusion in its so-called scoping plan, which provides a framework for the regulations.


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