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CIE 201 Class - NIR Use
... They entered traffic for NIR in 1986–1987, except 105. 105, but it was subsequently rejected by NIR and replaced by 218, which only entered traffic in 1991 ... Of those that entered service, some had very short lives working for their new owners ...
Acey-deucey - Opening Play
... Pieces are entered onto the opponent's inner board as if they were on the bar ... Once a piece has been entered, it can be moved even though other pieces haven't been entered ...
Winner In You - Reception - Commercial Performance
... The album also entered at number thirty-one on Billboard R B/Hip-Hop Albums ... In the Netherlands, it entered at number twenty-eight on the Mega Album Top 100 ... In New Zealand, it entered at number ten on the Top 40 Albums ...
Bernard De Dryver
... He entered two World Championship Formula One Grands Prix, the Belgian Grand Prix in 1977 and 1978 ... In 1977 he entered a non-works March, but failed to make the grid ... The following year he entered a privately run Ensign but did not qualify for official practice ...
List Of Assets Owned By Walmart - International
... Argentina Entered August 1995 (88) Walmart Argentina S.R.L ... Mi Changomás Supercenter Walmart Supermercado Botswana Entered June 2011 (12) Massmart Holding Ltd Game CBW Builders Warehouse Brazil Entered May 1995 (532) Walmart Brazil BIG (Sonae ... to recession and competition with Costco) Chile Entered January 2009 (325) Walmart Chile Acuenta Ekono El Buen Corte Lider Express Lider Hiper Revive China Entered ...

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