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canting

 [kant´ing]
the process for manufacturing x-ray grids, resulting in grid lines that are uniform and bilateral.
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Cant said: "It is quite thrilling and overwhelming to be named the senior winner, I am absolutely shocked but very excited at being chosen, it feels fantastic
SP Cant Imtiaz Sarwar, all DPOs, SHOs, admin and beat officers were present in the meeting.
Despite his understandable caution, Cant is delighted with the way Tynedale - who have lost just once in 14 league games - have been performing.
Prof Cant said: "One gets the impression that more research funding tends to go to the South and we have to work hard to get it, yet what we offer is every bit as good.
Mr Balmain concluded that Mr Cant died of natural causes.
Mae'r adran ar ganolfannau chwaraeon yn cynnwys cant o eiriau am Barc Croke a Madison Square Gardens yn ogystal Lord's a Stadiwm y Mileniwm a chewch wybod am bopeth o jns a chrysau-t i emwaith Rhiannon a dillad Ji-binc yn yr adran ar Steil.
She locked herself in the bathroom and her dad tried to fight Cant off but he fired two shots through the door and one hit Jade's leg.
It got the thumbs up from Granny Cant and, rest assured, if I can make it with my culinary skills, then anyone can.
While black suits are ideal for the corporate world, but according to Cant, shift dresses can be more trendy.
Pauline von Cant is the rightful heiress, according to the loyalists, but Lucy Wickwright is the rightful heiress according to the rebels.
The logs were sawn at the scragg headrig that produced a two-sided cant, slabs and sawdust.
Ann Cant has been appointed chief executive with South West Durham Training (SWDT), the company she joined on a three-month temporary contract seven years ago.