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A mess (also called a messdeck aboard ships) is an area where military personnel socialize, eat, and (in some cases) live. In some societies this military usage has extended to other disciplined services eateries such as civilian fire fighting and police forces. The root of mess is the Old French mes, "portion of food" (cf. modern French mets), drawn from the Latin verb mittere, meaning "to Canadian Forces personnel are normally welcome in any mess of their appropriate rank group, regardless of element; thus a Regimental Sergeant-Major of an Infantry battalion is welcome in a Chiefs' and Petty Officers' Mess (inter-service rivalries notwithstanding). Personnel of a different rank (except as noted below) must ask for permission to enter; that may be granted by the President of the Spanish term or phrase: Cuadro Nacional de Atribución de Frecuencias The setting is an official letter by the Spanish Ministry of Industry in relation to radioelectrical equipment. I need to know what the equivalent of the above is in English, preferably in Canada. Many translated example sentences containing "pay account" – French-English dictionary and search engine for French translations. Est-ce que je dois payer des impôts sur mes gains ? Do I have to pay taxes on my winnings? Je n'avais pas vraiment besoin de le devenir car, en tant [...] qu'immigrant reçu, je [...] pouvais travailler, payer mes impôts et avoir à peu près les mêmes droits qu'un [...] citoyen canadien. csps-efpc Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

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