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Before I started with Tint World, I developed a reputation for taking care of my vehicles -- no matter what mechanical condition they were in, they were always primed and clean," said Furrow.
Caudal furrow absent; if present, restricted to submargin only for a certain distance, not connecting with the posterior margin of vasiform orifice.
2004) showed that furrow size influenced infiltration, because the constant coefficient k of the Kostiakov model showed certain differences for each method and furrow size.
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Results indicated that in 1 of 3 years, cotton yield and net return were higher with furrow diking over four irrigation regimes, including dryland.
Victims) probably will never forgive me, but I am truely (sic) sorry and deeply regret the pain I caused," Furrow said in the letter, addressed to a Daily News reporter who had sought an interview with the killer.
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Most of the trenches run along straight paths for several kilometers, and one lengthy furrow stretches almost 20 km.
Furrow illegally obtained and criminally misused a Glock pistol originally sold by Glock to a Washington state police department.
Several fields have been transformed with ridge and furrow ploughing, which farmers used to grow different types of crops in the same field, with dry conditions on the ridges and wet in the furrows.