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batt

A regionally popular term for a needle used to inject drugs.
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"Drug companies already, have enormous hidden influence in the system," says Batt. "And we've seen the problems this can create, like ghostwritten journal articles and physicians over-prescribing new drugs."
Pressure uniformity is affected by fabric base structure and batt application.
Caption(s): Robert Batt, Nebraska Furniture Mart: "There are some people that do the same thing year after year and that's not what we want at all."
Batt said Colmar has also begun to automate its water-based coatings products, "which will triple our current production capacity for this rapidly expanding market," he said.
But that is all the more reason to be grateful to Batt for the first venture in collaborative criticism.
With a new season afoot, Allessandrini has a host of ripe new targets for tuneful teasing, and the new kids in town along with their veteran brethren come in for plenty of zings in this breezy evening, performed by a terrific quartet of singing actors -- Bryan Batt, Lori Hammel, Edward Staudenmayer and Kristine Zbornik -- with ample talents as vocal mimics.
Two weeks after the "opposing-forces" document surfaced, Governor Batt paid a triumphant visit to the Guard's headquarters in Pocatello.
Whether you use wood or plastic cutting boards becomes unimportant at home if you are into cleaning and sanitizing-as all cooks should be, Batt argues.
Batt graduated from pharmacy school in Huntsville in 1952.
McDiarmaid pointed out that his company has since developed a 5.5-inch batt with the necessary R-value.
Gently massage the top of the wet batt bundle to eliminate seams, about 15 minutes.