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The ease of extending and retracting today's awnings enables homeowners to enjoy the comfort benefits, while enhancing control of internal temperature and energy use.
Notices of retraction should mention the reasons and basis for the retraction, to distinguish cases of misconduct from those of honest error; they should also specify who is retracting the article.
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Remove the amino belt and pull the retracting slide handle to the rear.
Additionally, teenagers who considered themselves born-again Christians at Wave 1 had reduced odds of retracting a virginity pledge (0.
tabloid got even nastier, printing and then retracting a report about some snipped-out nudity.
The entire package showcased on the Welcome would be shipped in three modules: the roof, the load area and sliding upper glass section, and the folding seat with its integral retracting glass divider.
One is a complete custom-designed system for checking loose dried fruits, and includes an 800mm wide by 2500mm metre long modular Intralox retracting band elevating conveyor with integrated THS metal detector, the first total system of its type to be developed by Constant.
In addition to publicly retracting any suggestion of a personal tie between Mr.
Collins, the head of the government's project to map all human genes, said Tuesday that he was retracting five research papers on leukemia in leading scientific journals because a junior colleague had fabricated data.
Presence of glass fibers in vents or on the end of an ejector pin are one example; in another case, the camera picked up the fact that the ejector pins were retracting too slowly.