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Cutting through the first floor establishes a vertical connection in a sturdy building with an otherwise impermeable section; and the lightness of the inserted structures dispels the weightiness of the old structure.
Its combination of sturdy hardware and intelligent software is said to make Vieew an ideal tool for detecting and evaluating structures on material sample surfaces.
The clamping mechanism has a 4" wide jaw surface sturdy enough to secure loads up to 1500 lbs.
Beck said, "The record prices and the rising dominant price ranges for large apartments show that, even in the midst of economic flux and political uncertainties, Manhattan coops, especially luxury units, prove to be sturdy investments.
As a performer in the 1960s, she radiated a sturdy, schoolgirl charm.
Based on a $50,000,000 research and development project that spanned over 35 years, NuVim's two proprietary micronutrients MuneProT(TM) and AccuFlex (TM) helps build the immune system and works to help muscle flexibility and sturdy joints.
s (NASDAQ: SNBC) Sun National Bank subsidiary has closed the sale of seven locations to Sturdy Savings Bank, the company said on Monday.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 9, 2015-Sun Bancorp Sells Seven Branches to Sturdy Savings Bank
Sturdy and self-supporting, they're ideal for pots, tubs or even rockeries.
PLEASED as he was with the first shut-out of Stourbridge's near-flawless campaign, front-row forward Adam Sturdy believes his side's 17th consecutive bonus-point victory was barely par for the National Two course.
STURDY John George Peacefully at home on July 4, John aged 82 years.
With home prop Tom Fidler in the sin-bin, Stour's pack took control, driving Adam Sturdy over.