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sliver

in wool processing a continuous band of carded and combed wool which has not yet been twisted into yarn.
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The tungsten slivers that Lin tests in his lab radiate only weakly in the visible spectrum.
The lab shipped samples of the murder weapon--"from the nonbusiness end, so it wasn't gory," says Wiedenhoeft--as well as wood slivers recovered from a suspect's car.
There was some kind of divine intervention in getting the rights (to use a sliver of 'Holiday'),'' Seltmann says.
The key element responsible for achieving this high sensitivity is a microscopic sliver of silicon nitride, which vibrates like a miniature diving board (see image).
Jackson, a sliver of Whitney Houston, Liza Minnelli, Chris Tucker.
A microscopic, suspended sliver of silicon, activated by a brief electrical pulse, also vibrates, though at a much higher frequency.
The mixed-use complex will feature a 22-storey residential tower with 226 apartments, over 7,000 square feet of commercial space, an adjoining low-rise building, which will be known as The Sliver.
As for sliver, the Sabaek report stated that sliver price have nosedived to USD 17.
Pandey noted that there was no way for the displaced to escape the violence in the densely-populated sliver.
A silver coin depicting a picture of the Royal Opera House is priced at RO27, three sliver coins depicting coloured pictures of various musical instruments are priced at RO28 each and a large silver coin depicting a picture of the Royal opera House is priced at RO59.
today announced the arrival of two new ground-breaking Bluetooth headsets, Motorola ELITE SLIVER and Motorola ELITE FLIP.
PACI also opened the training and sliver production centre in the Niyabat of Sinaw which aims at preserving the craft industries, developing them and enabling craftsmen to produce silverworks of high quality.