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In other words, we expect softened voice to have lower intensity than a non-softened voice (neutral or other).
Post-industrial polypropylene markets have also softened somewhat, according to the Midwest recycler, however, prices have yet to dip downward.
The shape of an individual treatment trend was determined by the number of hard seed that softened and the number of soft seed that germinated or rotted at any point in time.
Demand-control models usually regenerate after so many gallons of water have been softened.
The second step involves stirring into the softened mass a reactive chemical that can cause scission of the sulfar-sulfur bonds to devulcanize the rubber, or at least to reduce the cross-link density significantly.
According to the quarterly Royal LePage survey, prices in every major centre in the country softened during the three months leading up to January.
Softened dried cherries are best for snacks and to add like raisins to baked goods; use method 2 or 3 (steam about 3 minutes).
For the spice bread, preheat the oven to 350 degrees and brush a 9x5x3x-inch loaf pan with enough softened butter to coat.
Producers announced a further 3[cent] monomer increase for May, even though spot prices softened in April.
Add the onions and simmer, stirring frequently, for 3 minutes, or until softened.
According to the report, overall property rates softened further in most areas, except for those affected by hurricane losses.