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    Quote Originally Posted by Officer of Engineers View Post
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    Should raw analytical data ever be passed to policy makers?

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    The closest book only has a picture on p. 56
    (Mediæval Bæbes: Songs of the Flesh, by Zouravliov and Findley)

    From the book under that one:

    Our eyes passively gather information from close up.
    (The Shaolin Workout, by Sifu Shi Yan Ming)

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    "Life was and is so hard in Sudan that sometimes it seems as if the Sudanese prefer to think about death and the supernatural - as if the language of dreams and visions is the country's only common tongue"

    (Emma's War - Deborah Scroggins)
    "Of all the manifestations of power, restraint impresses men the most." - Thucydides

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    ''Colonel Albert Böttcher, who was one of the officers in Rommel's headquarters tells us very interesting things about that matter.''

    ('Foxes of the Desert' Paul Carell)

    Right on my desk.

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    Alter?

    Die Physiker by Friedrich Dürrenmatt

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    The hot steamy breath was gushing forth as she stuggled with the weight as she struggled over the bed .






    Locomotives from the 1950s


    Trust gets you killed, love gets you hurt, and being REAL gets you hated.

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    Athena showed herself to me so plainly...

    (The Odyssey of Homer a verse translation by Allen Mandelbaum.)
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    Aesthetically preferable as it would not interfere with the view of the dam.

    civil engineering & construction review -august 2008

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    Normally, the logical progression of events in the major item management system which leads to the determination of depot maintenance requirements is to first determine the Army Acquisition Objective (AAO) quantities, followed by the development of the Amry MAteriel Plan (AMP), the determination fo the distribution requirements (DR) and the development of the the Total Army Equipment Distribution Program (TAEDP).

    Major Depot Maintenence Requirement

    Army Regulation 71–11, Total Army Analysis
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albany Rifles View Post
    Normally, the logical progression of events in the major item management system which leads to the determination of depot maintenance requirements is to first determine the Army Acquisition Objective (AAO) quantities, followed by the development of the Amry MAteriel Plan (AMP), the determination fo the distribution requirements (DR) and the development of the the Total Army Equipment Distribution Program (TAEDP).

    Major Depot Maintenence Requirement

    Army Regulation 71–11, Total Army Analysis
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    The conscripts took their fate unquestioning: resignedly, after the custom of Turkish Peasantry.

    T.E. Lawrence, Seven Pillars of Wisdom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albany Rifles View Post
    Normally, the logical progression of events in the major item management system which leads to the determination of depot maintenance requirements is to first determine the Army Acquisition Objective (AAO) quantities, followed by the development of the Amry MAteriel Plan (AMP), the determination fo the distribution requirements (DR) and the development of the the Total Army Equipment Distribution Program (TAEDP).

    Major Depot Maintenence Requirement

    Army Regulation 71–11, Total Army Analysis

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    Not taking into consideration the judgment - Effect - If tribunal fails to take notice of a decision of the High Court which is binding on it, then as to whether the same can be a mistake apparent on the face of the record and can be rectified - Yes (1991) 1 PHT 355 (P and H)

    O.P. Hans - Commentary on the Punjab Value Added Tax Act and Rules, 2005 alongwith informative charts, FAQ's circulars, Instructions, Clarifications, Tax Payers Guide, Central Sales Tax Act and Rules and Punjab Tax on Lotteries Ordinance, 2005. ( As amended up-to-date)
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    Lieutenant General I.Kh. Bagramian's powerful 11th Guards army was deployed in the critical Zhizdra-Bolkhov sector northwest of Orel, prepared to spearhead the western front's decisive thrust towards the vital Briansk-Orel rail line.

    David M Glantz, The Battle of Kursk
    For Gallifrey! For Victory! For the end of time itself!!

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    A proper sign must be assigned to the moment,depending on wether it is c.w or c.c.w, In this book, unless stated otherwise, a c.c.w. moment will be considered positive and a c.w. moment will be considered negative.

    Statics and Strengths of materials second edition.
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