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Which brings us to mid-century modern, the aesthetic so prevalent in the re-cover project.
Before leaving, douse the ashes until cold, throw any unburned sticks into the woods and re-cover the clearing as if you were never there.
Nearly a year and a half after several members sued the NCUA to re-cover $4 million involving the defunct New London Security Federal Credit Union, their case was recently dismissed by a federal court for missing a key deadline.
Owner who wants to live in the lodge house on the lake and then enjoy the income produced from the rental cabins to re-cover the property cost.
Harald Darius, noting that the oral direct thrombin inhibitor dabigatran is widely expected to be the first of the new antithrombins to receive marketing approval for the treatment of acute DVT, observed that rivaroxaban's performance in EINSTEIN-appeared to be roughly comparable to that of dabigatran in the RE-COVER trial (N.
Harald Darius, noting that the oral direct thrombin inhibitor dabigatran is widely expected to be the first of the new antithrombins to receive marketing approval for treatment of acute DVT, observed that rivaroxaban's performance in EINSTEIN-DVT appeared to beroughly comparable to that of dabigatran in the RE-COVER trial (N.
It is sometimes used as a transitive verb meaning rehash, as in "Let's not re-cover that old ground.
IATA said there is still a lot of ground to re-cover with airlines only valued at 50 percentof their 2007 high.
With ten minutes to go, fold through the beans and peas, re-cover and return to the oven until the rice is tender and the chicken is cooked through.
We are talking about the biggest tournament in our lives and when I ask the question the answer I get back is that they haven't got the manpower to re-cover the tables before the second round," he said.