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removing

in Scots law, the remedy for recovering possession that has been lost. Many cases now take place as summary cause actions for recovery of heritable property.
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grinding the surface just enough to flatten it, removing high spots or hobbed/pitted areas.
Critics say the ACLU and other groups have used the threat of legal fees to intimidate communities into removing religious symbols or prohibiting public prayers.
5 kg) of metal while the other ceramic belt removed the gates on 74 parts, removing 5.
There are several methods for removing inorganic arsenic from water.
It has created a national memorial which recognizes as 'cruel and misguided' the policy of removing Aboriginal children from their families in an attempt to assimilate them into Western culture.
Water filters can be highly effective in removing contaminants, and many cost pennies a day to operate.
Recognizing that the time he spent fighting rust was making it difficult for him to keep up with his other responsibilities, he sought and obtained authorization from his management to seek out a method of solving the problem at its source by removing water from the compressed air lines.
Certainly there has been no policy of removing crucifixes.
After removing these five items, a principal components analysis was undertaken.
Removing the trees would increase habitat for the flower.
Thus, removing the books from school libraries was part of its "moral obligation to protect the children.