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After filling with blood, the stretched aorta contracts to its original diameter and pushes blood into the arteries that branch off from it.
Metroselskabet is currently planning design and procurement of Cityringen branch off to Ny Ellebjerg via Sydhavnen (hereinafter called Sydhavnsmetroen).
In areas where you're hunting 2 1/2 and 3 1/2-year-old bucks, I prefer to use trees two to four inches in diameter (sometimes a branch off a mature pine is big enough to work fine).
Violent clashes raged on between free army fighters and regime forces near the Air Intelligence Branch off the old Der'a-Damscus Highway.
Aneurysms along the aortic arch are the most complex to treat because of the key arteries that branch off from the aortic arch.
Since the method of sales and marketing provided by North Shore Concepts can be applied to any service needed by businesses and consumers, the company also plans to branch off to add clients in several other industries including telecommunications and merchant processing.
The project includes building a 19km single-track branch off the present Velje Herning line near Jelling with two new stations serving the Legoland theme park and the airport.
What begins as an easily passable dirt road soon branches and narrows into a slightly rocky footpath along the ridgeline, though there's occasional evidence that some of the more adventurous horse ranchers trust their steeds enough to brave some of the rather steep trails that branch off toward their properties.
Contract notice: insurance services related to the construction of cityringen branch off to nordhavnen.
There are no shortcuts: You have to find your way to the main terminal, then branch off in another direction.
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The transition from typewriters to computers eliminated the need for some skills, emphasized more active work and helped secretaries branch off into other areas, said Samuel Culbert, a professor of management at UCLA's Anderson School and author of ``Kill the Bosses,'' a book due to be released next year.