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The new system allows greater precision and excellent results in terms of the quality of the sliver output on your drawframe.
The charity group said that most of the sliver has electricity for four hours a day or less, and that it was sending water supplies to 19,000 people who were taking shelter in a mosque, a church, schools, and al-Shifa hospital, citing the difficulties it faced to deliver aid due to airstrikes.
The Motorola ELITE SLIVER offers up to 15 hours of talk time when combined with the included charging case and it weighs less than half an ounce.
The Centre includes a number of units, art and training workshop for the production of silverworks, theoretical and practical training halls and marketing exhibition for the sliver works.
Despite the document showing the transaction, a party spokesman said: "The memorial at Land Registry is not correct in that no dwelling was transferred but rather a sliver of ground which ran along one boundary of the site of a dwelling.
Sunday Telegraph Fresnillo - the world's largest silver miner - Is In a potentially strong position, given that sliver Is said by many to be currently undervalued.
1 : a long slender piece of something cut or torn off : splinter <I have a sliver of wood in my finger.
The sliver is too small to see with the naked eye and very difficult to remove.
Now, there is only a sliver of a chance for a new deal before the contract expires at 11:59 p.
TEAM Young & Rubicam" (TEAM Y&R), one of Jordan's leading advertising agencies and part of The Holding Group in Jordan (THG), stood out in the Jordan section of the international Pikasso d'Or Awards with one Gold and one Sliver for the best poster campaign for the year 2006.