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Bringing in the Sheaves draws on his ten years of ministry experience and is interwoven with tales of his career as a broadcaster.
is the preferred manufacturer of high quality pulleys, block & tackle pulleys and sheaves since 1960.
Takegoshi, Higher direct images of canonical sheaves tensorized with semi-positive vector bundles by proper Kahler morphisms, Math.
Harvest festivals used to mean big loaves shaped like sheaves of corn and rude-looking marrows.
Speed control starts with the motor that drives the sheaves and pulleys that move the belts that grip the tubing and pull it through the extrusion line.
And Joseph dreamed a dream, and he told it his brethren: and they hated him all the more--for the dream was about how they were binding sheaves in the field, and, lo, Joseph's sheaf arose, and also stood upright; and, behold, his brethren's sheaves stood round about, and made obeisance to his sheaf.
Hand tied sheaves, also referred to as a 'tied sheaf', are perfect for sending direct to a funeral and can be sent to a home address afterwards - a fitting alternative to the regular Cellophane wrapped bouquet.
The derived category of complexes of sheaves on a space is a triangulated category appearing in algebraic geometry.
The two skips are connected though the rope system, the rope sheaves and a traction-sheave drive system, such that their dead weight is fully balanced all the time.
As the carriers were only rated with a working load of 500 pounds each, we chose to use four of them to support the lifting sheaves.
The belt angle is designed at 36[degrees] to better-fit the sheaves typically used in CRAC units.
My grandfather Moore, who we all called "Nandad," usually rode the binder to adjust the levers and dump the sheaves in rows so they could be shocked by my father and uncle and, sometimes, a hired man.