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No one should be allowed to show his work to any private person without first submitting it to the appointed assessors and to the Guardians of the Laws, and getting their approval

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pin money noun noun: pin money
  1. a small sum of money for spending on inessentials. "working two days a week in the boutique gave her a little pin money"

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orySearch help Tools Any time Any time Past hour Past 24 hours Past week Past month Past year Custom range... Customised date range From To All results All results Verbatim About 47,700,000 results (0.44 seconds) Search Results Dictionary <span>pin money noun noun: pin money a small sum of money for spending on inessentials. "working two days a week in the boutique gave her a little pin money" Origin late 17th century: from pin in the sense ‘decorative clasp for the hair or a garment’ + money. The term originally denoted an allowance made to a woman for dress and other person




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  1. a small sum of money for spending on inessentials. "working two days a week in the boutique gave her a little pin money"
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pin money noun noun: pin money


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pin money noun noun: pin money a small sum of money for spending on inessentials. "working two days a week in the boutique gave her a little pin money"

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https://www.google.com.tw/search?client=opera&amp;q=define%2Bpin%2Bmoney&amp;sourceid=opera&amp;ie=UTF-8&amp;oe=UTF-8
orySearch help Tools Any time Any time Past hour Past 24 hours Past week Past month Past year Custom range... Customised date range From To All results All results Verbatim About 47,700,000 results (0.44 seconds) Search Results Dictionary <span>pin money noun noun: pin money a small sum of money for spending on inessentials. "working two days a week in the boutique gave her a little pin money" Origin late 17th century: from pin in the sense ‘decorative clasp for the hair or a garment’ + money. The term originally denoted an allowance made to a woman for dress and other person







Hold the door! Looks like Emilia Clarke's officially done being Mother of Dragons/Breaker of Chains/Aunt of a Guy She Has the Hots For.

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Emilia Clarke bids farewell to Game of Thrones: 'It's been a trip' - CNET
<span>Hold the door! Looks like Emilia Clarke's officially done being Mother of Dragons/Breaker of Chains/Aunt of a Guy She Has the Hots For. This weekend, the Game of Thrones star took to Instagram to bid farewell to the blockbuster HBO show that made her famous as Daenerys Targaryen. "Hopped on a boat to an island to




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Hold the door! Looks like Emilia Clarke's officially done being Mother of Dragons/Breaker of Chains/Aunt of a Guy She Has the Hots For.

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Emilia Clarke bids farewell to Game of Thrones: 'It's been a trip' - CNET
<span>Hold the door! Looks like Emilia Clarke's officially done being Mother of Dragons/Breaker of Chains/Aunt of a Guy She Has the Hots For. This weekend, the Game of Thrones star took to Instagram to bid farewell to the blockbuster HBO show that made her famous as Daenerys Targaryen. "Hopped on a boat to an island to







GLARESHIELD *EFIS CONTROL PANEL * BAROMETRIC REFERENCE .................................................SET | BOTH ‐ Set QNH on the EFIS control panel and on the standby altimeter ‐ Check the barometric reference and altitude indications on the PFDs and on the standby altimeter. The maximum difference is: ± 20 ft between both PFDs And depending on the aircraft configuration: ± 60 ft between ISIS and PFDs, or ± 300 ft between mechanical standby altimeter and PFDs.

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