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FORD

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GOVERNMENT-led af fordable housing schemes and shared equity schemes will help boost the lower end of the market.
Nicky de Whytell, the charity's development officer, said: "The Bag It Up campaign raises vital funds for the Air Ambulance, reduces waste and provides af fordable clothing supplies to developing countries."
McCluskey said he was following developments closely and believes that local council pressure on the new owners of the Stow site could help persuade them to take up the offer of a project involving af fordable housing and a greyhound track.
The Liability Risk Retention Act (LRRA) is an example of legislation that as served consumers well by making insurance more available and fordable. The U.S.
ITS reliable range has always been attractive and af fordable, now Hyundai are gearing up to release a car with some serious grunt behind it, too.
Frere also thought that a defensive policy in the face of a Zulu invasion was simply not practical on tactical grounds; a "fall in the [Tugela] river rendering it easily fordable, a very usual occurrence at this season" (74) could bring a Zulu impi into Natal at any one of a hundred places, "sweep the utterly defenceless country farms and open towns and villages of all life and property," (75) and be back across the river before the British could respond effectively.
Chlordane and its relatives could be injected into the ground around a house to create a poisonous moat not fordable by termites.
noio 'channel': Old Persian naviya- is usually interpreted as 'fordable by boat', or, as here, 'passable (only) by boat'.
(12) That would be the narrow part; but once principles of constitutional justice become sufficiently mainstream as to enjoy the allegiance of the Court, Congress should have remedial authority equal to the fordable enterprise of ameliorating the entrenched harms of major constitutional deficits.
There is a loose sort of roadmap, but it appears to be the magical kind--one that changes with every step you take, in which mountains can loom suddenly up out of molehills, and easily fordable streams can expand into yawning chasms.
This is a fordable challenge and the war on unemployment has to be fought on many fronts, foremost amongst them being increased public sector allocations, creating congenial atmosphere for investment, addressing law and order issues and encouraging private sector coupled with opportunities of availability of credit at reasonable rate for opening of new businesses.

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