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of w brothe yea There are not many left now in the My brother celebrated his 93rd year.
"Holy Christ!'' ejaculated respected commentator Fintan O'Hack, ''this means I'll have to completely rewrite the 2,000 word Centre Cannot Hold piece
that I used after the last Assembly election.''
It could hold pieces
of my country's history or even some of my own history, depending on the people in it.
(Use a tablecloth and/or floor tarp to catch drips.) Alternatively, use Makedo tools and screws to hold pieces
Cut cabbage in half through core, then through core into 12 wedges (the core helps hold pieces
Distant clusters hold pieces
of the story of how the web-like structure of the universe first emerged and could help illuminate the true nature of dark energy and dark matter.
Now for anybody new to this activity of 'flyering', this is what Liverpool comedian, radio and TV writer it comprises of; you hold pieces
of printed paper in your hand and stand on street corners.
He made no attempt to hide the rivets and bolts that hold pieces
together, or the cable that carries the electricity supply.
The clamp we use has a reach of 3 in., can hold pieces
up to 2-1/2 in.
The board will also install new lighting systems for display cases, which hold pieces
of Clinton history.
Forty years of studies say that working memory (the ability to hold pieces
of information in mind) suffers the most.
One of the specialities being dished up at Club F1 during race weekend is the Royal Skewers, a delectable treat served on a thin metal rod used to hold pieces
of chicken, beef or seafood together.
In one study, the researchers asked participants to hold pieces
of candy between their fingers, and put it in their mouths and then take it out and not touch it afterwards.
Biere said it would have been nice to have another pair of hands to hold pieces
in place while they were being measured, marked and fitted together, as well as for the companionship.
'We each hold pieces
to the puzzle and these pieces have to fall into place.'