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shredded

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Collegiate.) We are all too shredded to drive home. What shall we do?
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Available in raspberry, strawberry & cranberry and blackberry, blackcurrant & blueberry--which is boosted with 'added antioxidant'--the extension will sit alongside Fruitful Shredded Wheat, with "significant" marketing and television support later this year.
After being shredded your documents are turned into household paper products
Shredded meat can also add value to your gross profit as your quality meat can stretch further, for example, a standard dice, may well shrink and look poor value for money, with the shredded the meat shreds naturally along the grain, you get a tender product that visibly looks more and can be used in a range of products from sandwiches, wraps, soups and salads.
According to Buckmaster's results, shredded corn stalks produced about 11 percent more leachates than chopped and 5 percent more than stalks that had been chopped and put through a roller.
1 small red cabbage (about 1 pound), cored and thinly shredded (about 4 cups) (see Note)
At UAMS, Dollar, the director of clinical support services, didn't have the figures handy to say what UAMS pays to have its paper shredded.
Most people have no idea what happens to the paper after it is shredded and taken away by the mobile-shredding service.
When Townsend's team conducted this standard test on seven shredded computer central-processing units (CPUs), none leached enough lead to be deemed hazardous.
After each shred, the company gets an invoice with a document of destruction that gives Shred-it complete legal liability for ensuring that all documents are shredded and disposed of properly.
Top it off: Use fresh sliced or chopped veggies such as carrots, mushrooms, all kinds of sprouts, fresh peppers or chilies, tomatoes, roasted or grilled eggplant, broccoli and cauliflower florets, zucchini or summer squash, roasted white or sweet potatoes, or shredded greens like kale or spinach.
Often, Shred-it finds other alternatives for the shredded material, including using it for composting, as insulation fiber, or as other types of filler-material.
We hope these guidelines will relieve some of the uncertainty about using tire shreds as a fill material, and allow expansion of the use of shredded scrap tires in civil engineering applications as a major market for scrap tires," said John Serumgard, chairman of the Scrap Tire Management Council, and Richard Gust, chairman of the Tire and Rubber Recycling Advisory Committee, the ad hoc Civil Engineering Committee organizers.
So the Federal Reserve is looking for some "green" ways to get rid of the shredded greenbacks.
North claimed that he shredded documents almost every day" as part of his covert operations.