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And the re-cover project fits perfectly into the studio's ethos of 'rethink, redefine, reform'.
Crawford House has an ongoing programme of refurbishment to keep the facilities as welcoming as possible and in the next few months staff hope to replace the lounge curtains, an old fridge and re-cover some chairs.
Check after about 5 minutes; if they need more time, give a wick stir, re-cover, and let sit another 1 to 2 minutes.
95 in June on luxury fabric from Osborne & Little to re-cover chairs in two diplomats' foreign residences.
Add potatoes and re-cover then cook for another 30 minutes.
Depending on which of the three closures is used, consumers re-cover the product either by clicking a tab that is attached to the film into place or slipping a tab through a pre-cut opening in the packaging.
The result is that any coating, such as an antibacterial layer, would be "self-repairing" after small amounts of damage, as the molecular chains just below the damaged layer re-cover the surface.
Before leaving, douse the ashes until cold, throw any unburned sticks into the woods and re-cover the clearing as if you were never there.
It also allows them to watch a single webinar multiple times; allowing them to return to a certain point to re-cover a certain area.
Keep in mind, however, that it's not a linear process; there will be times when you might have to loop back and re-cover ground that you've already been over.
Nearly a year and a half after several members sued the NCUA to re-cover $4 million involving the defunct New London Security Federal Credit Union, their case was recently dismissed by a federal court for missing a key deadline.