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I have seen some pecan trees uprooted by hurricane-force winds, but it seems to take unusually high gales to tear away the root systems.
Chapters strive to tear away the illusions and offer a more realistic portrait of Asians--there's much food for thought in The Asian Mystique.
If no repair is done, the hole gets longer, the latches get worse, and the seal around the aft pylon begins to wear out and may tear away from the airframe.
Consumers can order a unique, high-quality five-piece stainless steel Barbeque Grilling Kit via Take One Tear Away Pads located at St.
Aziz "volunteered to help Muslims in Kosovo," where the bin Laden-supported narco-Marxist Kosovo Liberation Army was seeking to tear away that Serbian province as part of a scheme to create a "Greater Albania." With the help of the UN, NATO, and the Clinton administration, bin Laden's Balkan allies now control both Kosovo and large parts of Bosnia -- a handy platform for launching terrorist assaults on Europe.
For safety, these gloves split and tear away when punctured, alerting the wearer of potential for contamination.
Flat Tear Away L Bead is designed for areas where drywall has been butted too close to slip the return leg behind the drywall.