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the papers in the case in good order. English practice has now reached a stage where bundles are used very frequently. Practice varies and in some cases is subject to detailed rules. The great advantage is that there is only one set of papers. Pagination and indexing allow hearings to proceed very quickly and facilitate the writing of judgments.
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The Tekkra 5130, the latest iteration in the 5100 series of continuous motion bundlers, is a small footprint machine that delivers high-speed, flexibility, ease of operation, and optimum uptime for increased throughput.
Although that statement gives no real indication of how well she can speak the language, it is clear that, despite any earlier bundler embarrassments, money still talks when it comes to ambassadorial appointments.
While individual contributions are required to be disclosed, the real influence is an important secret only known to the bundlers and the candidates.
Langone strongly backed his friend Ross Perot for president in 1992 and was a bundler for Giuliani in 2008.
John Deere's biomass bundler unit is an effective machine for processing forest residues, which can be used as a source of fuelwood and/or a feedstock for biofuel production.
It is not clear to me why fagoter here is not simply "to make faggots" (Ronsard's later revision "Ou fagoteur qui travaille au bocage" equally evokes the humble cutter and bundler of wood), and why we should not follow the OED (s.
Case in point: Norman Hsu, a mysterious man with a shady past and equally shady present who established himself through various wiles as a major bundler of seemingly legitimate political donations.
He was nicknamed The Benton Bundler and was quite an awesome character.
This meant that the original lender was tempted to make loans on any terms, however unsound or misleading, that would attract borrowers, because the lender would be paid off by the bundler and did not have to worry about collecting the loan.
But the bigger the bundle, the more diligence is due in checking out the bundler, especially one like Mr.
Paul Fritch and Frank Carey were right again, correctly identifying this device as an asparagus bundler.