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1 tablespoon solid vegetable shortening (NOT margarine OR butter)
However, the increased shortening seen in the telomeres of the alcoholics show that their cells are aging faster than they would normally.
What that statistics say is that any given (public) URL shortening service will likely be abused and at some point develop a bad reputation.
The Commission originally adopted Exchange Act Rule 15c6-1 in 1993 to establish a standard settlement cycle for most broker-dealer securities transactions (subject to the exceptions provided in the rule), effectively shortening the settlement cycle for most securities transactions from five business days to three business days after the trade date (T+3).
Chop the butter into small pieces, weigh out the shortening and put them in the freezer for a few hours.
Even though in the case of the shortening process the pasteurisation stage is not involved, a decision was made to supply the 3841 pump with fully machined stainless steel manifolds, valves and seats.
There are hundreds of websites that provide URL shortening service, which has become increasingly popular in today's age of microblogging and short-form status updates.
Spammers have often abused URL shortening services.
This month's analysis reveals that for the first time, spammers have established a genuine URL shortening service that is publically available and will generate real shortened links.
The rate at which the shortening occurs can be increased in disease and can be increased by other stresses.
He added that if current prisoners do receive shorter terms, in most cases it will only be a shortening of six months to a year, particularly at a time when many sentences are shortened for good behavior anyway.