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underpinnings

n. the legs. He has good underpinnings—ought to be able to run faster. With underpinnings like that, he ought to be able to win the marathon.
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As a result of these reforms and continued public infrastructure investment, we incorporate an expectation that GDP growth in Peru will accelerate to around 6% in 2015 and 2016 from a bit over 5% in 2014, underpinning a sustained improvement in credit metrics relative to similarly-rated peers.
Chapter Titles: Creating and formulating flavours; The basic chemistry and process conditions underpinning reaction flavour production; Biotechnological flavour generation; Plant-derived natural sources of flavours; flavour encapsulation using polymer-based delivery systems; Delivery of flavours from food matrices; Modelling flavour release; Instrumental methods of analysis; Sensory methods of flavour analysis; Flavour legislation
The house is currently for sale but the owners have expressed concerns that the evidence of underpinning and the fact that the tree remains in place is hindering their prospects of selling the property.
The pounds 1million bill is made up of pounds 835,430 for the cost plus interest of the underpinning works carried out in 1992-93, together with an estimated pounds 200,000 legal costs.
Our underpinning services cover the entire process, from planning to completing the repair.
Research supports that self-awareness is a necessary underpinning of both self-management and social awareness.
Avonforce subsequently proceeded to excavate the basement without any temporary supports, believing that the underpinning had provided enough protection.
The research underpinning this paper sought to examine the issue of primary-secondary transfer and to consider aspects of it through the `voices' of Australian students.
With greater home ownership and a larger elderly population underpinning the growth, UK market leader Wyevale should benefit.
The NAIRU is an empirical generalization with little theoretical underpinning that can naturally be expected to change over time.
The draft bank rating methodology outlines the principles and analytical criteria underpinning A.
Contract notice: Work underpinning work of building the source.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM)(LSE: TYT)(TYO:7203), a Japan-based automaker, is underpinning its new platform in the next-generation Prius in 2015.
Growth in incoming tourism, the high priority given to holidays by German consumers and a recovery in business travel were cited as the main factors underpinning the robustness of the market.
Principal amounts of new bridge: - Demolition vault about 35 m3 - Excavation approximately 45 m3 - Formwork underpinning approximately 75 m2 - About 30 m3 of concrete underpinning - Formwork abutment approximately 75 m2 - Formwork bridge plate about 40 m2 - Formwork parapet about 30 m2 - Formwork retaining walls approximately 420 m2 - Concrete bridge about 35 m3 - Concrete retaining wall about 90 m3 - Bridge sealing about 55 m3 - Bridge deck about 7 to Road: - Crash pads 150 m3 - Kofferung about 450 m3 - New Collectors / enemas about 5 pcs - New candelabra foundations about 4 pcs - New RandabschlE-sseca.