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The property could do with a bit of cosmetic updating and refurbishment, but with a little bit of TLC would make some lucky purchaser an enviable family home.
ENVIABLE POSITION This property offers spectacular views in a breathtaking coastal location.
The Chambers citation, published last week, said: "This 'established firm with an enviable reputation' is acclaimed for its track record and expertise in leading many important industrial disease cases.
Subaru is in the enviable position of having won or been near the top of just about every customer satisfaction survey ever carried out.
The capacity of biological tissues to heal after being wounded is one of their most enviable traits.
JOAN Conway ( ECHO Letters,April 15) was in the enviable position of not having to decide whether or not a war against Saddam,or son of Saddam, was inevitable.
The company's design is said to produce patented single stage mixing with Inter-Swirl rotors on technical rubber compounds with water-cooled enframes giving enviable results, according to the literature.
Duclos praises the Berea plant's performance and the recognition it has received within Alcan for the quality of its ingots, including being supplier of the year to the Russellville plant and having enviable environmental and safety records.
Noting that Thurman had an enviable critical mind, Hughes described him as "a strangely brilliant black boy, who had read everything.
The company has played a big part in Kidd Creek's enviable environmental record ever since.
Using attractive lease/royalty packages, the company's forward-thinking strategy has placed it in an enviable position at a time when prices and global demand for oil continue to rise.
THIS exceptional five-bedroom period home has an enviable corner plot on Station Road, Low Fell.