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finish

said of animals offered for sale prior to slaughter; is the degree of fatness short of obesity.
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She followed that performance with a fifth-place finish at the City final, posting the third-lowest score (77) among area competitors, qualifying for the Southern California Regional Championships at the SCGA Golf Course in Murrieta, where she carded a 79.
If you focus first on the bit of metal, you could contemplate on what it would mean to get it without actually having to finish the race.
I haven't run that hard to finish a race since, I think, my sophomore year.
Anything that can improve compaction can improve surface finish," said Doug Trinowski, vice president of technology at HA International, Westmont, Ill.
My customers trust that when I finish the job, their floors will look great.
In principle, a second set of neck rings can be used to change from one thread finish to another one, as long as the major dimensions are comparable.
But at one of the last pit areas, about 50 miles from the finish, her brother's team and her crew members put together a sign that read: ``Welcome Anna.
This coating, which cures with a low-temperature bake or air drying, is said to provide a finish with excellent hardness, good chemical and solvent resistance, and excellent resistance to color change under uv light exposure.
Based on technology and technical support provided by Quaker, this new plant is scheduled to commence operations in November, with the proprietary portion of the technology employed in it to be used exclusively to finish Quaker products.
When we all crossed the finish line, we weren't all sure if we had won it again.
Any changes to the molding process still needed to result in castings of equal or greater quality and scrap rate and surface finish as with the original nobake method.