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TRAM

(trăm)
transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous reconstruction.
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Don said the trolleys had trouble with other hills in town, including the section of Main Street from Mannville Street to the center of town.
Turner, who works for recovery firm Trolley wise, said: "About a quarter of all trolleys stolen in Britain are stolen in the Edinburgh and Glasgow areas."
Wrexham chiefs want to use laws to penalise supermarkets whose trolleys are found littering the town.
A LULU HYPERMARKET SPOKESMAN SAID: The decision to fit a returnable coin mechanism on our trolleys at the LuLu Hypermarket in Dana Mall is a requirement by the mall management.
Shopping trolleys going astray is a common problem for all supermarkets here.
The new "trolley dolly" hit squad will scour the streets for stolen trolleys and return them to their rightful home.
The organisation is urging supermarkets to take more action to tackle the problem of about 3,000 trolleys which end up in the water every year.
Teesside's buses might have hung on longer, but with so many towns and cities abandoning trolleys, the supply of spare parts began to run out.
This is saving FloraHolland nearly $200,000 per year in the amount of time spent looking for trolleys. Reducing that time results not only in fresher flowers, but also a higher price for FloraHolland's members at auction.
Wrexham council chiefs say abandoned trolleys increase the risk of flooding by blocking streams, make areas look unkempt and contribute to road accidents.
This left the field wide open for a host of small and successful businessmen to manufacture the pulleys, haymow forks, hay trolleys, tracks or rails and slings farmers needed to store hay in the mow.
To produce each trolley side panel, rear panel, and shelf, two thermoformed PVC films are placed in aluminum molds and back-foamed at low pressure with the Baydur 60 PUR integral-skin foam system.