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The attorney cast a still more anxious look at the packet; and his visitor, untying the string that bound it, disclosed a quantity of promissory notes, with copies of deeds, and other documents.
This, the production of biofuels, and other crises in global food security have sparked renewed talk about untying US food aid from agribusiness and other commercial interests.
Barr, of Dunbeg, Argyll and Bute, admitted untying the boat near Dunstaffnage Castle last November.
It eliminates dust during untying, emptying, retying, and removal of bulk bags and promotes complete discharge of contents.
Hess: A lot of what we call "standards-based accountability" embodies a setting of expectations, but then flexibility calls for untying hands of principals and teachers to accomplish those goals.
Across the Valley, dozens of workers were busy untying packaged trees shipped in from the Northwest, setting up lights and putting together stands at newly erected Christmas tree lots.
So let us confess: "I confess to God Almighty, before the whole company of heaven, and to you, my brothers and sisters, that I would rather be on my knees before God's people, basin and towel in hand, than sit by in front of them, untying my shoes and taking off my socks.
The yoke bar closure is said to ensure the bag neck is fully closed during the tying and untying of the bag spout.
The innovative design increases operator safety by eliminating dust during untying, discharging, retying, collapse and removal of bulk bags while achieving complete discharge with greater efficiency.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the United Kingdom-based charity, ActionAid, offer perspective and explain recent developments in untying international aid.
Untying The Knot By 'Pulling Several Strings Together'