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Newcastle, To carry coals to

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“To Carry the Dance of the People Beyond” Jean-Léon Destiné, Lavinia Williams and Danse Folklorique Haïtienne

The Requirement to Carry Out a Procedure

Abhinaya (from abhi + ni, ‘to carry toward’)

Do Peso Problems Explain the Returns to the Carry Trade?

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Using fish-processing time to carry out acoustic surveys from commercial vessels

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An Image to Carry the World Within It Performance Cartography and the Skidi Star Chart

XXXIII. An Epigram to the Councillor that pleaded, and carried the Cause

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Nexans: Some Limitations to Inspections Carried Out by the European Commission in the Context of Investigations

An efficient system to establish multiple embryonic stem cell lines carrying an inducible expression unit

2A peptides provide distinct solutions to driving stop-carry on translational recoding


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In its naval meaning, to capture a ship by coming alongside it in battle, and take possession of it by means of boarding parties.

Subjects: Maritime History.

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