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abbreviation for temporal, occipital, and parietal regions of the skull.

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Vox populi-UK
verb To kill oneself or another person.

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continuous band of combed parallel wool fibers which have not yet been twisted.
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He won a top fuel record five straight races to close out the season, made a record seven straight final-round appearances and finished 415 points ahead of Dixon in the top fuel championship, a record for margin of victory.
MTNA Executive Director Gary Ingle says, "Both MTNA and I have had a long relationship with From the Top.
String-tie tops rule for smaller cups, while string-tie bottoms let you adjust the suit to your shape.
In order to manufacture these tops, there is an array of competencies required.
SGI is on the top ten list for every category of HPC computer and has 5 out of the top ten single (non-clustered) computers.
The Drive Series can be initiated from the referee's starting position [ILLUSTRATION FOR PHOTO 1 OMITTED] or from any similar top position during the action.
The newly discovered top quark is the long-sought partner of the bottom quark.
The state helped one community produce an educational booklet with a map that divided the town into zones: the top of the hill, which could be forested with tall trees; the hillside, where view corridors could be set aside; and the bottom of the hill where the potential is greatest for trees to grow and block the view.
BNA Software was unique among this group as it was the top product for preparation only for Form 706, the unified transfer tax return for estates and gifts.
Figure 19: Top ten countries for inbound arrivals in 2005 and 2020
The drivers in the top 10 or within 400 points of the leader after the 26th race of the season will be eligible to race for the championship in the final 10 races of the year.