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Bier

(bēr),
August K.G., German surgeon, 1861-1949. See: Bier amputation, Bier block, Bier hyperemia, Bier method.
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Med shot, Ban and Hidalgo sitting down at the Cafe Bonne Biere
It houses Bangalore's second Biere Club, an old-fashioned bakery, an organic restaurant, flower shop and various activities for the whole family.
Apres la confirmation de cette information et l'emission d'un mandat de perquisition, (837) cartons contenant (20088) boEtes de biere ont ete saisies et deux des accuses ont ete arretes.
It's an unfiltered brew with a hazy golden color and is made with lager and wheat malts, Centennial hops and Biere de Garde yeast.
Biere joins the DreamBox Learning leadership team with 30 years of experience in adding value to public and privately held emerging growth and middle market companies across a wide range of industries from educational and traditional high technology to retail distribution and financial services.
Together with the data center already running in Magdeburg, the new construction in Biere will form a "TwinCore," i.
Instead of being part of the weekend rush, we had the chance to ski like locals and found fighting the fatigue a little easier than normal with the help of blasting fresh air, exercise and the odd biere, s'il vous plait.
Business intelligence, as defined by Biere (IBM) "is the application of end-user query, reporting, dashboards, and other non-programming technologies to provide information that is not available to business using traditional programming methods and services.
SAINSBURY'S ABBAYE IF you're looking for a beer to share round the table, then pick up a bottle of Sainsbury's Abbaye Biere de Belgique.
Biere said it would have been nice to have another pair of hands to hold pieces in place while they were being measured, marked and fitted together, as well as for the companionship.
Another of their honey-style beers is St Ambroise Biere de Garde Blonde au Miel (6.
So, kids, that's: "Encore une biere, s'il vous plait.