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using keywords such as “sunroof repair Lewiston NY” and “windshield repair Lake Erie Beach,” they'll be much more likely to encounter Clear Cut Auto Glass among the top results.
"Clear Cut came from the point-topoint field - the trainer Richard Whitaker used to ride him - and so we foolishly started him off over 3m at Sedgefield.
Together Bryant and Clear Cut are offering a simple, quick and free service to purchasers searching for a competitive mortgage deal.
"The most clear cut chance for us came in the second half when their keeper has made an error but Justin Marsden has sliced wide when he should have scored."
The first community health impacts of OSB manifest themselves in polluted waters downstream from clear cuts, contributions to global warming from deforestation, and increasing flood damages.
Children's Hospital offers compelling evidence that they remain a clear cut above the rest of us.
this timber sale consists of one stand totaling 16.20 acres of pine and hardwood to be clear cut and a second stand totaling 42.60 acres of pine to be thinned.
Singh didn't give any clear cut assurance, Rao also said Manmohan Singh had asked to call off the strike.
The Candystripes opened well creating three clear cut scoring opportunities during the opening 10 minutes but they were punished for their failure when Rovers sensationally broke the deadlock in the 28th minute.
"The more you clear cut," he said, "the more tourism you get."
Shocked, or fractured, quartz pulled up from a depth of 189 meters (620 feet) at the site, usually signals extreme heat and pressure--"clear cut evidence of a massive impact," says Michael Rampino, an earth scientist at New York University.
The years of Supermaster, Arthur Stephenson, the Dickinsons and Charlie Hall's Clear Cut.