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In January 2009, in the nature reserve in Qinling Mountains, China, hygromas were found on the knees, stifles, hocks, haunches, and bursae between the nuchal ligament and the primary thoracic spines of 10 free-ranging takins (Budorcas taxicolor).
Takin said the Europeans are importing nearly 500 million b/d, with refineries in Greece, Italy, and Spain being the main customers.
Takin, I show you now what has been marked as Plaintiff's Exhibit 107, a printout of one page of your website as it appeared in 2010, the year when my client, Hapless Enterprises, became a customer of yours.
Takin, of the Center for Global Energy Studies, said the critical point would probably come sooner, when Iraqi production hit 3.
I haven't heard about this case but it's common in all countries where there is gas production and the government is trying to control the prices," Takin says.
Manouchehr Takin, a specialist in petroleum production with the Centre for Global Energy Studies, said BP's internal report was "impartial as a technical evaluation".
Park free of charge and enjoy three inclusive drinks and nibbles (crisps, di a private bar in the arena, before takin your top price seats to see Leona perf live in her first ever UK arena tour.
Even just doing a general "credit union" search, I came up with a tweet from a young girl saying, "I should be takin a nap but no im @ my darn credit union waitn 4 my turn.
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Fields like this don't exist anywhere else in the world," said Manouchehr Takin of the London-based Center for Global Energy Studies.
i no he felt reely bad i wuz trappd takin care of him i dont mind reely i finally hav sumthin 2 do .