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an animal's ventral profile; the shape of the belly when viewed from the side, e.g. pendulous, pot-belly, tucked up, gaunt.
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The listing, the first ever by ICBC in the Middle East, underlines Dubai's successful growth as a global financial centre.
After doubling its client base in the past year, Underline Transcription is launching a Welsh language transcription service as it looks to grow its client base with universities, market research and legal companies in Wales.
Question: The document underlines the need for "emotional maturity" of the candidates to the priesthood facing "spiritual paternity" and of a "correct relationship with men and women," whom the priest will meet in his pastoral ministry.
A dollar sign is used before the first number in a column, before a number which has a double underline and before the first number following a number which is doubly underlined.
The Last Republic, from Swansea, and Underline The Sky, from Ipswich, will appear in the same line-up as Oasis, The Killers and Snow Patrol.
He pointed to regional and international challenges that make it imperative for the two sides to bring closer efforts and cooperation in the various domains and among the various institutions to combat the forces of fundamentalism and those seeking to underline the security and to uproot all poisonous ideologies and ideas, through argument and intellectual work.
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According to a statement published, on Monday, on the occasion of its 35th anniversary, Ennahdha underlines that "social consensus is likely to boost the country's economy and avoid wrangling in the production sites.