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Related to setdown: vouch for, To bring down, proceed with, Pertaining to, tripped up
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But when it does, next month, those who play it will find a superbly setdown track, mature fairways already and big, challenging greens (A4 creeping bent) of a quality rarely to be found elsewhere.
A Welsh language version, Mynediad New-ydd i Gefn Gwlad yng Nghymru, also adheres to Cymraeg Clir (Clear Welsh) guidelines setdown by Bangor University's Canolfan Bedwyr.
That is because it has to be made according to a rational set of criteria setdown in Europe, on the basis of evidence supplied by the company and others and in a way that is above challenge in the courts.
Weld quality is determined by weld current, press force, and displacement, or setdown of the welding projection - all of which are easily optimized.