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moa

a large, extinct, flightless bird of New Zealand, up to 3 m in height, that became extinct in historical times. Eggs are still found preserved in boggy conditions.
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(For medical assistance, which is still insufficient, I have signed the MOA which will grant additional funds from DOH for our indigent patients.)
The MOA said interested senior citizens must be 60 years old and above at the time of the application; must pass physical, medical, laboratory examinations and certified "fit to work"; and must submit a barangay certification, Mayor's permit or occupational permit to be issued by the Manila Health Department and other required documents.
The MOA between ERC and PCC comes a month after PCC's MOA with the Department of Energy (DOE).
'The MOA shall contain, among others, the sales allocation and collection sharing and the condition that every three years from the effectivity of the MOA, any of the City of Davao and the Municipality of Sta.
Once signed, the MOA would serve as a testament of the IPU Net members' commitment to comply with Republic Act (RA) 11032 or the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Delivery of Government Services Act.
MoA"t Hennessy said it aims to enhance the 89 unplanted hectares, respecting the extraordinary preserved environment and offering a natural foreground.
Further, when foreign companies asked to submit an application for domestic cultivation, MOA informed them that China's foreign direct investment restrictions prohibit them from doing so.
Its minister Datuk Salahuddin Ayub said there were still ongoing talks between the MOA and the companies that had expressed interest in the project.
No less than Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and AFP Chief of Staff General Benjamin R Madrigal Jr., signed the MOA with the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) under Senator Richard J Gordon.
My FORGE scope has a matte black finish (some FORGE models are offered in Terrain finish, which is sort of a copperish olive green color), and it is 14 inches long, weighs 27.9 ounces, and has 60 MOA of adjustment for windage and elevation.
The distance between the minutes at 100 yards equals the circumference, 22,619.52 inches divided by 21,600 minutes, for 1.0472 inches or 1 MOA. Beckstrand should have written his accuracy result as "%-inch" groups at 100 yards.