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Never reuse water that's already been boiled, because that can weaken the tea's flavor, Twining says.
Twiners and weavers of coconut fibers from barangays Punta, Malvar, Pag-aguasan and Kalilayan Ilaya were recipients of five sets of twining and weaving equipment expected to boost their livelihood activity.
Twining Properties acquired the property on behalf of one of its clients.
the conference offered the opportunity to present the first results and activities achieved since February 2017, launch date of the twining project.
For the beneficiaries, twining and weaving fibers serve as an important fallback when farming and fishing fail to provide income, Gajo said.
Mrs Twining, of Laurel Drive, Tipton, had surgery on June 26 and was discharged the same day but returned to Sandwell Hospital, complaining of abdominal pain.
In a day, an inmate who is into coco coir twining can produce 70 to 80 twines that can give him P160.
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Ambassador Twining said two bullets hit the car leaving two big holes, thanks to the bulletproof glasses that the bullets could not penetrate the vehicle.
NNA - A protocol twining the French and Lebanese Courts of Appeal has been signed by Judges Jean Fahd of Lebanon and Vincent Lamenda of France during a special ceremony in the French capital Paris today.
This work offers a lecture given by professor William Twining from the 2009 Montesquieu seminars, part of the Tilburg Law Lectures Series.
Twining, a member of the Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War's national committee that registers graves of Civil War veterans, wanted to permanently mark the graves of Civil War veterans buried in Fitchburg.