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batt

A regionally popular term for a needle used to inject drugs.
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Fiber glass batts showed installed costs lower than the other products.
Finally, and perhaps most tellingly, Batt insisted that his was digital silence while Cage's had been analogue.
Mark Batt THE reasons behind the benefits of exercise are complex, although part of the benefit is related to exercise burning more calories and thus helping people lose weight, but Prof Batt stresses: "It's much better to be fat and fit than to be completely inactive.
Batt was fined PS2,113 and ordered to pay PS1,000 costs and a PS15 victim surcharge.
But it was on-loan Peterborough striker Batt again who, after jinking his way through the Grecians defence, sent over a quick cross which flew inches away from the boot of Harris, who if he had connected would have certainly found the back of the net.
The singer-songwriter, hotly tipped to emulate the success of another Batt protegee, Katie Melua, was in Birmingham this week to record a session with radio station BRMB as part of a hectic promotional schedule which is taking her up and down the UK.
His snapshot at goal was well saved by Rene Gilmartin but the Saddlers' goalkeeper was unable to hold onto the ball and Batt smashed in the rebound for his first senior goal.
Bruni is now to record six tracks in Paris for Batt.
Women and Health Protection, a Health Canada funded working group, commissioned researcher Sharon Batt to take a closer look at where the advice is coming from.
Base fabrics are usually heat-set to stabilize the fabric before batt is applied (see section below).
recently announced that Sandra Batt has joined the company as its new chief financial officer (CFO).
The Princess And The White Bear King is an impressive retelling by Tanya Robun Batt of an old fairytale.