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gasp

[Old Norse geispa]
To catch the breath; to inhale and exhale with quick, difficult breaths; the act of gasping.
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GASP's bespoke Couture range is also facilitated online, with customers given the ability to browse the Couture range, and send an enquiry form to GASP if interested in a custom garment.
32 million from the Federal Labor Government's Regional Development Australia Fund to complete stage 2 of GASP.
Based on the foundational tenets established in the GASP, the PPSS utilized subject matter expertise from both industry and government entities and created the Planning and Scheduling Excellence Guide (PASEG).
The upshot of this has been no warnings or sackings but an increase in customers for Gasp, they say.
SmartSwing's technology is far ahead of anything we have seen and an ideal complement to our own video instructional system," said Steve Gould, CEO of GASP Systems.
which elicited gasps from the audience and a standing ovation.
Our SID is a key element to making GASP the best software asset management tool in the market," said Herbert M.
GASP, which is operated out of Coterill's home, helps local groups to organize, do environmental testing, keep diaries, research, and get their own people in office.
GASP and PennFuture filed objections to the proposed plan in January and spoke out against the plan before the county air advisory committee and Allegheny County Council.
GASP products are always made with no compromises and treated by hand, to give the line of clothing an individual look.