It has been alleged that whereas some states are highly developed others are industrially
This week major supermarkets signed up to a BRC-led commitment to remove industrially
added trans-fats from own-label products by the year end.
In addition to the temporal imprecision (an unfortunately common occurrence), there is little evidence in the book or in the history of England, the United States, or any other industrially
developed nation in the later nineteenth century to support this assertion.
It leverages our expertise in developing reliable, industrially
hardened systems for automation applications.
8 billion, 98 percent of which will be industrially
funded; * Machinery--$14.
The other new offering is Hunkar's own private-brand design of a 386-type, IBM-compatible personal-computer terminal, which is industrially
"hardened" and includes a 60-MB hard disk and floppy-disk drive--all for $2700.
Driving along roads awash with cattle and herdsmen, I was struck by the contradiction of a country which is both industrially
developed and yet maintains a basically peasant rural population.
Today, while a prominent architectural critic may laud a newer, industrially
influenced techno-pop design, a community activist decries its clear glass Lincoln Log effect.
The Bandit enables New Horizon to meet this regulatory requirement and, due to its industrially
hardened features, provides a secure, high performing SCADA product that can be installed in substations subject to harsh environmental conditions.
lot 1 - multi-family residential buildings industrially
built over 36 separate sites within the territory of part of the administrative bureau "center" with borders to the north: park ~metropolitan methodius kusev "street.
LU's freshwater unit has garnered an international reputation for its work in aquatic ecology on Canadian lakes damaged by acid rain and in assessing industrially
And the Laotian Organizing Project was cited for its environmental justice work in industrially
polluted Richmond, California.