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I understood him to add that she was parting amidships, and I could readily suppose so, for the rolling and beating were too tremendous for any human work to suffer long.
After much blundering and backing, it stopped at the door: rolling heavily from side to side when its other motion had ceased, as if it had taken cold in its damp stable, and between that, and the having been required in its dropsical old age to move at any faster pace than a walk, were distressed by shortness of wind.
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4 : to flow in or as if in a continuous stream The money was rolling in.
Features: Small footprint; excellent product wall distribution and top-load strength; specialized lid systems offered; patented rim rolling inline with automatic parts handling.
Microstructure: Hot rolling leads to a more homogeneous and finer microstructure, improved strength and corrosion fatigue strength.
On the calender (figure 2), pressure is built up from the rolling bank to the nip of the rolls.
In a letter to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Service stated that individuals receiving involuntary IRA distributions made by the RTC as a result of the insolvency of a financial institution would not be prevented from rolling over the distributions to a new IRA, if all other applicable requirements - such the 60-day limit - were met.