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Of course, it is not enough for preaching to do what God is doing, in this case turning everything upside down.
Head into the middle of Tanworth-in-Arden and continue along the main road before turning left down Bates Lane.
dial-up) to the proper slot, and turning on the base station.
When units order LRUs or SRUs without turning in their unserviceable ones, it puts a strain on the system.
These efforts, perhaps best demonstrated in the work of Raphael, reach beyond the simple inclusion or philological citation of visual analogues of rhetorical figures--such as the embodiment of antithesis in the contrapposto, for example--to a more complex and genuinely creative pictorial intelligence in which artists develop the affective potential of the visual trope, or, in this case, the emotional, ontological, and temporal dimensions of the turning pose.
The camshaft cell makes use of a CE-30 mill and centering machine and a GN-30TTS four-axis turning machine.
The Can Drill is used to teach the turning of the hip, knee, and foot.
When allowed to shift their gaze by turning their heads to track a target shown in the display, observers accurately estimated the direction in which this simulated motion would take them.
Over the past decade, manufacturers have been developing and perfecting an automatically turning bed that is portable, easily used on standard bed frames, and far less costly than units requiring a specialized frame as well as sleep surface.
At the Indy, "you spend 60 percent of your time turning," says driver Lyn St.
Windmoeller & Hoelscher, the first blown-film equipment supplier to offer an oscillating hauloff back in 1973, sells a unit that feeds the film through a series of two horizontally arranged turning bars and two idler rolls after the primary nip and collapsing frame.
Without turning the work, slip all sts to the right end of needle.