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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World Kitchen is adding three copper-bottomed lines to its Revere brand, and Gourmet Standard, VillaWare and Nordic Ware are each launching lines of cast-aluminum cookware here.
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.
I can't guarantee a film star as your dinner companion, but the real celebrity here is on the plate; a copper-bottomed classic.
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.
Yet all talk has been about Collins and the apparent copper-bottomed entertainment she would've provided had she stuck it out.
Matt Draper said: "We are seeking copper-bottomed guarantees that the Voyager scheme will continue in its present form and that the auto-enrolment scheme won't become the pension scheme of choice by default.
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.
And it has to get its priorities right, such as copper-bottomed pension funds.
Being copper-fastened and copper-bottomed, the vessel was valuable salvage, Mr Fry pointed out.
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.
And what seemed a copper-bottomed move for Chelsea's pounds 5m rated second string stopper Robert Huth, pictured, has hit the buffers after the German international failed his medical.
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.
Mr Brown failed to give a copper-bottomed assurance that Tony Blair would lead the party into the next election, saying only that it was "a matter for him".