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There are existing relationships between the two companies that suggest a natural progression," Mr Wring said.
WRING OUT THE SPONGE IS A SIMPLE JOB THAT SIMPLY DOESN'T GET ENOUGH.
The new high-reach excavator will be the largest of the four high-reach excavators used by Wring.
They're easier to wring out if your hands are numb.
To create a sufficient force to wring blocks together, all gage blocks need this film.
But just when you might think no comedian could wring more laughs out of overdone subjects like Julia Child or Michael Jackson, here comes Cantone describing Jackson with a "clitoris for a nose.
K-12 schools, which have led parents, administrators and politicians to wring their collective hands that not enough was being done to prevent such tragedies.
These regions mediate a mental struggle to wring the right memory out of conflicting knowledge that springs to mind during tip-of-the-tongue states, according to a report in the Aug.
Children can bring great joy," it said, "if you don't wring their necks first.
So label vendors are trying a variety of tactics to wring every last cent out of the cost of their products.
However, you're supposed to wring out the sponge into an approved hazardous waste container every day after firing.
In Africa's colonial history, Ethiopia was less a victim than an astute player in the imperial game, able to wring territorial concessions out of otherwise haughty European powers.