man, whose bones were dated by radioc= arbon methods to 1-50 C.
Internet chat rooms and bloggers are going wild trying to figure out whose really bad idea it was to create a shrouded
barrel for the just-fine-like-it-was "L" model revolver.
You may remember the photo of the anonymous corpse in the wheelchair, shrouded
with an afghan, outside of the Morial Convention center.
The removal of the shrouded
building is critical for full redevelopment of the World Trade Center site.
At the end, a shrouded
green LED mimics the fly's illuminated posterior, propelled by the irregular circling motion of the fans.
The origins of the Knights Templar are shrouded
in mystery compared to their very public end.
Like that of other mythological heroes, Che's death was shrouded
in mystery: The photographs of his body, in which he looked eerily alive, were ambiguous; rumors of the capture and murder multiplied, and the body was not seen until 1997, when Che's skeleton was disinterred from a mass grave of rebellious Bolivian peasants.
Anheuser-Busch has quietly removed the paper top that has long shrouded
bottles of Michelob and Michelob Light, ending a 40-year packaging tradition.
Still largely a unique process for steel founders, shrouded
pouring trials showed a significant increase in metal cleanliness and a total cost savings.