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cong.

abbr. Pharmacology
congius (gallon)
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Congress, Senate, Committee on Governmental Affairs, Hearing on The State of Federalism, 106th Cong.
Its objective was to convince people in the rural areas that they should, and could, successfully oppose the Viet Cong.
LSC Testimony Before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies, 105th Cong.
1998); Hearings on Sanctions Reform: Hearings Before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, 106th Cong.
White Slavery In Chicago: A White Slave's Own Story (pamphlet), [1907], box 1, Committee of Fourteen Papers, Rare Books and Manuscripts Division, New York Public Library (hereafter C14); "White Slave Traffic," 61st Cong.
defenses in response to the Tet Offensive, a savage attack by the Viet Cong.
Gray uses the dogs' natural desire to fetch by placing marijuana inside a cone-shaped container called a cong.
Weprin himself contacted the Real Estate Board of New York, seven Congressmen, three Senators and the State Superintendent of Banking, and had the highest acclaim for Cong.
Finishing third with 5 points each were "Wicked-Orani" of Ruel Ricafort, "Bulljack MYL" of Danny Soriano and Magno Lim, and "SR Pedro Joshua" of Cong.
Contract awarded for Supply & delivery of various Seedlings for use under Livelihood project for the farmers under PDAF Project of Cong.
5) Staff of the Joint Committee On Taxation, General Explanation of Tax Legislation Enacted in 1997, 105th Cong.
I spoke to a Cuban military officer who proudly related how Cuba diverted Cuban-bound Soviet ground-to-air missiles to the Viet Cong.