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Offering large repeats at previously unobtainable speeds, the Carpet Star can create a variety of patterns, including those for oriental designed carpets.
Such an economy and environment are virtually unobtainable without a superior school system that helps every child in the borough realize his or her full potential as workers, citizens and individuals.
I would need a deposit to buy a house, but on the money that I earn that is totally unobtainable.
Giorgio Armani, which is distinct from other branches of the international chain (Armani Collezione, Emporium Armani), is its most expensive label, the prima ligna with clothes being made of fabrics unobtainable elsewhere.
It yielded `efficiencies and qualities of work unobtainable in the competitive paradigm'.
S-250 is also reportedly the first PP compound to achieve a consistent surface resistivity of 10% ohm/sq, "an optimum target," BFG says, that was previously considered unobtainable with other ESD technologies that gave resistivities either too high or too low.
However, talking at the CeBIT technology fair in Hannover, Germany, AOL Europe's CEO Andreas Schmidt claimed that the excessive cost of European Telecommunications might make that goal unobtainable.
With the MR Protocol Navigator, hospitals, clinics and imaging centers can maintain patient volume at their facility by having online access to MR consultations - information that would otherwise be unobtainable without qualified professionals on-site.
Elstein said: "We've previously considered sharing live transmission with other broadcasters if they limit their signal to where Channel Five is unobtainable.
This affirmation of both education, broadly based in a Du Boisian vein, and African American culture, says Berlin, recalls Freddie's unobtainable but suggestively decisive influence on the composer.
Thousands of young black men are serving long prison sentences for selling cocaine--a drug that was virtually unobtainable in black neighborhoods before members of the CIA's army brought it into South-Central in the 1980s at bargain-basement prices.
NUMAR has no current competitor for its patented Magnetic Resonance Imaging Logging ("MRIL(R)") tool which makes previously unobtainable, real-time measurements of free and bound water, permeability and fluid viscosity by applying the concepts of MRI used commonly in the medical field.