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Our approach is standard, insofar that we first deal with the local question of constructing the blow-up of a Euclidean space [R.
These are knobbly blow-ups along the course of your veins where blood pools, especially after standing for long periods.
My skin has thickened and I've come to see those blow-ups as necessary evils that made room for really good opportunities.
The risk of precarious government finances triggering fiscal crises remains the hazard with the potential to have the biggest economic impact, but the likelihood of such fiscal blow-ups is lower now than in previous years, the report said.
The working paper by IMF added that debt burdens in developed nations have become extreme by historical measure and will need a number of haircuts, either negotiated 1930s-style write-offs or the standard mixture of measures used by the IMF in its 'toolkit' for emerging market blow-ups.
There are very good narratives here on major blow-ups at Council.
The Keegan years were full of great football and big blow-ups.
Through blow-ups different life cycles like Alter Eco System, Energy Flow, Life: Individual to Biosphere, Water Cycle, Carbon Cycle and Nitrogen Cycle, have been displayed.
Another new for an art exhibition is that blow-ups of most of the art works will be displayed at various hotspots and metro stations.
The Celtic manager said: "I actually think dressing-room blow-ups can be a good thing from time to time.
The show has so many different surfaces, there's something for someone who just wants to come and have a good time and look at the colours and the blow-ups, but for people who have a little more insight, if you care to look through the surface, like the Mary Ellen Mark photographs and I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues to the beautiful dancing in Believe, to the domestic violence scene in Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me, there's more there.