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They claim they will see splay on the parts or minor foaming of the melt during purging.
Under this investment, financial details of which were not avail be, MTG is buying more shares from the founders and investing directly in Splay to accelerate Splay's expansion.
Splay foot, in which the feet point away from each other, is less common and may occur at about six months.
Another team of researchers led by Satish Singh of the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris in France showed in computer models that the splay fault only had to slip 5 meters (16.
In Nathaniel Mackey's Splay Anthem, winner of the 2006 National Book Award for Poetry, readers travel with the author in to a newly synthesized present, built from the depths of history and the stretches of possibility.
The four 20 ton splay saddles will be located at the four anchors at the end of the bridge.
Longrich was uncertain whether the feather-covered rear legs could splay outward, mimicking the position of the wings, or whether the creature's hips kept its back legs straight down, unable to assist in flight.
The librarian's palette and exploded-book format splay the private space of reading across a public installation, introducing problems of scale and focus the solutions to which elude even the informed viewer/reader.
Di Giorgio Martini's fortress walls splay outwards, down to the sea to repel marauding buccaneers.
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Columns are of steel plate cut to a silhouette of outstretched palms; each end of the footbridge is supported on pairs of smaller silhouetted columns which splay out to frame the north school entrance.