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batt

A regionally popular term for a needle used to inject drugs.
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Mr Batt is also an investor in highgrowth potential firms in his home country, through investment fund Inspire-Wales.
Mr Batt, whose father worked at Elliot Colliery in New Tredegar, said in an interview: "I had a big break in 1987 when British Airways had just been privatised and I was recruited to head up something called products and brands from Mars.
The case was reportedly settled out of court with Batt paying a reputed six-figure sum to the Cage estate.
Batt was fined PS2,113 and ordered to pay PS1,000 costs and a PS15 victim surcharge.
Thus, webs with a better MD/CD balance and also Z-direction orientation can be used to form batts with a unique balance of physical uniformity across the working width.
Batt, who also wrote Bright Eyes for Art Garfunkel, was shown taking off a furry head at the end of the song.
Nonwoven Multilayered Fibrous Batts And Multi-Density Molded Articles Made With Same And Processes Of Making Thereof: No.
Batt devant mean peak angular displacement entailed posterior pelvic tilt (-30.
Just four minutes later Batt saw a goalbound diving header expertly tipped over the crossbar by veteran keeper Marriott, before Steve Morison was denied, this time Marriott palming the ball around the post as the home side started to wonder how they would find a way past the keeper.
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.
The Posh took the lead just two minutes into the game when striker George Boyd found space on the left and crossed to Shaun Batt who was left unmarked in the area.
IT'S easy to dismiss Mike Batt as a lightweight songwriter.