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Unlike Taylor's sermon it particularizes almost constantly, among other things about events surrounding the delivery of what is almost certainly this very sermon (pp.
AMG, which is Vanadium-based in Cambridge, Ohio, particularizes in the environmentally beneficial conversion of oil refinery and power plant waste products into ferrovanadium, nickel and molybdenum mainly utilized by global steel producers in automotive, energy transmission and infrastructure applications.
For instance, in the skein of Wonham's nineteen readings, while even veteran readers of Chesnutt's stories may lose track of the distinctions of each, Wonham has not; his habit of recalling the details of earlier stories as he enters another reading both clarifies and particularizes our sense of Chesnutt's preoccupations.
Like Burchfield, Connelly tends to see the city through a critical eye that particularizes the undifferentiated urban landscape, lending it a certain organic quality.
Recently, a senior official at Iran s ministry of energy declared that the country contrives to set up a a technical university in neighboring Iraq, that particularizes in the power industry sphere and renewable energy sources.
The Complaint particularizes plaintiff's allegations of how the Company's management violated the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and specifies the Company's false statements and omitted material facts.
SpatialBuzz particularizes in collecting network data and combining it with subscriber and crowd-sourced data.
Pureplay, the Merseyside-based, run by Darrell Freeman, particularizes in extra-large men s clothing, selling sizes from 2XL to 8XL in brands from Wrangler and Farah to Regatta, Kangol and Dr Martens and since the inception, it has raised by 100% year-on-year.
Rockwell Collins and Zen Technologies particularizes in supplying industry-leading ground military simulation and training methods.
The Complaint particularizes how the Company's management violated the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and specifies the Company's false statements and omitted material facts.
The buyout of a majority (85%) shareholding in Plan Group, a Canadian firm, particularizes in mechanical and electrical engineering (design, installation, maintenance and technical services, building automation systems and network infrastructure) has been completed by Bouygues Energies & Services, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction.
The Complaint particularizes plaintiff's allegations of how the Company's management violated federal securities laws and specifies the Company's false statements and omitted material facts.