copper-bottomed


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copper-bottomed

Very safe or stable, especially financially. This is a copper-bottomed offer to distribute your invention, so I think you should take it.
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Though more visually rigorous than the kid-centered "Son," and certainly less playful and humorous, pic is a copper-bottomed fest entry, with limited distribution potential beyond highly specialized outlets.
Yet when he meets political and business leaders in Atlanta, Cincinnati and Chicago, the First Minister knows he will not be able to offer them the copper-bottomed assurances they would like.
It shares the podium with only a handful of other copper-bottomed classics; there's the Nicoise - that devastating combination of crisp leaves with ripe tomato, soft eggs, crunchy beans and tinned tuna.
He said: "It was my job as political editor to pass on apparently copper-bottomed corroboration for a major running story.
Yet all talk has been about Collins and the apparent copper-bottomed entertainment she would've provided had she stuck it out.
New aircraft carriers are to be built on Clydeside because Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Alistair Darling looked after their fellow Scots in signing copper-bottomed contracts for Scottish shipbuilders.
After all, we have copper-bottomed contracts that even the Government cannot contest.
Jim Boyle has his string in fine form at present and Copper-bottomed can add another victory to his tally in the Packed Full Of Fun That's Pontins Claiming Stakes at Southwell.
An extension to all Flat races would undoubtedly swell the pools even more, although opponents who seek a copper-bottomed guaranteed amount may still not be satisfied by the wholly defendable assumption.
Because it was copper-fastened and copper-bottomed, Mr Fry said the boat made valuable salvage.
FWD director general Alan Toft said: "There is nothing else like it in any other drinks market and for those who take it on it is a copper-bottomed guarantee that sales will increase.
The Revere eight-piece, copper-bottomed, stainless-steel cookware set at Target last week for $69.
It helped power the industrial revolution and copper-bottomed ships gave Admiral Lord Nelson's sea captains the edge over the combined French and Spanish navies at Trafalgar.