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Gillis said, "The only issue with installing was to control the water to the level that would make the pipe neutrally buoyant.
Neutrally worded questions pertaining to ability to work, rear children, get married, go to college and perceived skills were some of the questions posed to participants.
The language, neutrally represented, humorously oscillates between variation and repetition, inevitably mischaracterizing Saddam's last possessions--the obsessive identification of which dramatizes a commercial transformation of banal objects into newsworthy events, as geopolitics descends into personal-interest story.
And when Ninomiya finds an altitude at which he wants to hover, he adjusts the balloon-to-ballast ratio until he's neutrally buoyant.
It looks good two with sharp, aggressive lines and the privileged few who have actually driven the thing report that it handles neutrally and is pretty nice to drive.
It looks good too with sharp, aggressive lines and the privileged few who have actually driven the thing report that it handles neutrally and is pretty nice to drive.
It says something about Lohan that the one mention she makes of her father is a neutrally positive one.
But experts said the charges had been expected and investors reacted neutrally, with the group'sshares rising 0.
You know how to communicate neutrally on both sides of an issue.
Outside and inside, the pale neutrally coloured natural materials of the travertine walls and white oak floors predominate, enlivened by the contrast with the white steel roof structure and sun-shading panels, which are clearly visible through the super-white glass roof, and the charcoal grey frames of the fully glazed walls.
Syria dominated the force, which became increasingly drawn into the sectarian fighting instead of neutrally keeping the peace, and the civil war dragged on until 1990).
Its detailed report said government's needed to encourage as many technical means as possible to achieve this end, treating different technologies neutrally.