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transfuh ruh bi li tee

  • n  the quality of being transferable or exchangeable
    sterling transferability affords a means of multilateral settlement between nondollar countries

  • Ultimately the transferability provision was included in the bill upping the cost from an estimated $52 billion to $62 billion and its inclusion allowed Bush and McCain to .
  • Cripps had agreed to transferability, although the amount of drawing rights that could be transferred was cut from 40% to 25%.
  • Maybe the first thing you'd go after is CNN because it has real dot-com transferability.

  • Brian Schweitzer in Helena Independent Record
    Our first objective is to strengthen the all-volunteer force. Accordingly, it is essential to permit transferability of unused education benefits from service members to family : Transferability supports military families, thereby enhancing... Robert Gates Human Events (blog) May 19, 2008 101462 134640 transferability Kerra has a desire to work on the issues of affordability, transferability of credits and need-based scholarships for students _ all three of which are important to the university system," Schweitzer said. "Kerra is going to be a great...
  • Lindsey Graham in Stars and Stripes
    The biggest difference, however, between our bill and the Webb bill is transferability,Graham said, and this feature is designed to improve retention.

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