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The covering speed achieved by Hefner with the Covermatic system is said to be significantly higher than with the winding methods used in the past.
For years, private insurers have been developing and covering wellness programs, nutritional counseling programs and other initiatives aimed at preventing and reducing weight-related health problems.
At this point, though, hardly anyone was covering Japan's wireless scene.
You should be sure, however, that the item you're covering really is appreciating in value.
Full-text research papers, stringently peer-reviewed, covering the most relevant industry topics--that's the new TAPPI JOURNAL.
For the first time, full automation of the whole roll covering process is provided by Berstorff's latest generation strip winder.
Our playside LB has two big advantages in reading this play and covering this route.
The insurance policy: The GTE, Xerox and Unisys complaints all allege that the Y2K-related claims arise under "all risk" property insurance policies, covering "direct physical loss or damage to property" and any "destruction, distortion, or corruption" of computer data, coding, program or software.