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But we hope we have said enough to suggest that the numerus clausus is relevant to more than the driest and dustiest aspect of property--the system of estates in land.
However, the information which they present is important and it is a shame that they have condemned their work to the dustiest shelf of the university psychology library rather than attempted to communicate their findings to a wider readership.
The dustiest years were the main years coral was dying," says Shinn.
Also, no normal shakeout is required, eliminating one of the noisiest, dustiest and hottest processes in a foundry.
But it seems they are about to be shifted, with an air of permanence, to the deep recesses of Energy Secretary Chris Huhne's dustiest cabinet, to be slapped with a label reading "not until we've slashed the deficit".
As ever, punters are chronically under-represented in even the dustiest corridor of power.
The study, carried out by the Universities of Edinburgh, Stirling and Lille, has found that the very coldest periods of the last ice age correspond with the dustiest periods in Antarctica's past, thus establishing a link between the two.
IF it wasn't for the heart-stopping presence of Angelina Jolie, Original Sin would already have been banished to the dustiest corners of your local video shop or the furthest reaches of Channel 5's late-night movie schedule.
In fact, Cahill calls the Virgin Islands the dustiest place in the United States, judging from the concentration of fine particles less than 2.
At first glance, the resurrection suggests the '60s references seen in so many designers' collections; however, Kawakubo, unconcerned with that decade's overall esthetic, indexed the bag's entire ascent and decline, from the smartest jet-setting shoulders to the dustiest Salvation Army floors, creating an object both of fashion and out of fashion.