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Both of them are at that level of not worrying about missing any meals but they're not big spenders—maybe five to ten mil bracket, give or take—no real debts.
Ea-ga(mil), 9 years.
It supports about 6 mil lions of people.
The most important of these documents, a poem in Provençal, "La Nobla Leyczon," contains two lines which claimed for it the date of i 100: Ben ha mil e cent anez compli entierament Que fo scripta 1' ora, car sen al derier temp.
(i.) Star; (ii.) Grand Cross (Mil.); (iii.) Star; (iv.) Grand Cross (Civ.) THE Thistle.
S 20,000 Acres Miles miles'1F 4 Mil es '14 a 9.000 Acre n ???
41; the most important have been published by C. Sathas in his MEU au /mil $L/ XLoeipa i, iv, v.
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He was a great advocate of the pound and mil scheme.
Mil/ public spirit should be the prominent motive in the performance of all socially useful work, and that even hygienic precepts should be inculcated, not chiefly on grounds of prudence, but because " by squandering our health we disable ourselves from rendering services to our fellow-creatures."
There is no trace of the emergence of the problem of freedom in any intelligible MIL distinct form in the minds of early Greek physicists or philosophers.