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batt

A regionally popular term for a needle used to inject drugs.
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Jim Vaughn of the Hendersonville Police Department told the media, "We really don't know what led to the incident." Batts was booked at Sumner County Jail after midnight Monday and is being held on a $1 million bond.
Grandfather-of-two Mr Batts, who lives in Maidstone, Kent, said: "For many of us, we have been going on the pilgrimage for 25 to 30 years - and this year it will come to an end.
Education: Batts earned her degree in speech communication from Henderson in 1991.
Like Batts in Tennessee, Todd says marriage equality is on a back burner at best in her state: "In Alabama we will only achieve marriage equity through the court system, like [all] civil rights."
Cotton batts or cotton insulation is gaining popularity as an environmen- tally preferable option for insulation.
The evolution of batt forming technology over the past 20 years has focused on the development of dynamic batt shaping to optimize weight uniformity across the width of the finished felt at the winder.
Patented recently is a thermal compression moldable nonwoven multilayered fibrous batts having substantially uniform density are provided, which are useful, for example, for fabrication of multi-density molded parts, such as multi-density molded vehicle liners.
"Carriers are optimistic, because the economy is going to improve, but that depends on Congress and Wall Street not doing things that are not smart," said TCP Partner Lana Batts.
The other side of that is capacity is so constrained, with carrier not buying replacement vehicles over the last three years and not expanding their fleets, "added Batts. "As a result, the old law of supply and demand is going to play out.
Matthew Batts, 22, decided to propose to his girlfriend by enlisting the help of a diver at Bristol's Blue Reef Aquarium, who placed the 'Rachael, Will you marry me?' sign in the aquarium's giant tropical ocean display.
Brenda Batts (author); READY, SET, POTTY!; Jessica Kingsley Publishers (Family & Relationships) $17.95 ISBN: 9781849058339
Batts is chief of the Long Beach, California, Police Department.