The recollection of the horrid days that had just passed was the thing that finally decided the Manyuema, and so, after a short conference, they took up their burdens
and set off to retrace their steps toward the village of the Waziri.
The report, Australian Burden
of Disease Study: Fatal burden
of disease 2010, shows that there were around 143,500 deaths in Australia in 2010, resulting in 2.
Kenneth Leroy Burden
, who owns several companies tied to real estate, filed for personal bankruptcy and listed only $283,907 in assets.
My crown will one day go to the one who first returns bearing his burden
like a king should.
was just 16 when she carried out the unprovoked attacks.
5) As an added measure, Congress took the rare step of shifting the burden
of proof to the accused to prove the existence of all affirmative defenses by a preponderance of the evidence.
Even though household credit has risen, the debt burden
This report comprises a series of tables covering taxation base, historical excise rates, legal controls and a calculation of the total taxation burden
Chief executive Jeremy Burden
said: "Over the past few years Burdens
has increased it's turnover and logistics capabilities by 100 per cent, a major achievement during what is one of the most severe recessions in the industry.
Physicians are more concerned about the burden
of taking call than about how much they get paid for providing coverage at hospital emergency departments, according to a survey by the American Medical Group Association and a consulting firm.
According to the survey, when physicians were asked to choose between reduced call burden
or payment, 58% of those surveyed said it was more important to reduce call burden
COVENTRY has a new national champion after swimmer James Burden
took gold at the British Gas National Youth Championships in Sheffield.