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Bale

A standardized bundle of compressed material, tied together or placed in wrapping. Bales are standardized to weigh different amounts in different countries. They are used to measure shipments of commodities like paper and some agricultural products, such as hay.
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In addition, the appendix includes detailed sort data broken down both by bale type/product category and by bale type/resin.
Giggs 10 (out of 10) Bale 9 SHOOTING: Again, Giggs was more subtle with his curling efforts from distance and used to score some great free-kicks in his early days.
Speculation continues to link Bale with a summer move - to Manchester United according to some rumours.
Wrapping individual bales packed tightly each other in a continuous bale tube requires plastic for the sides only thereby providing considerable savings in plastic film compared to individually wrapped bales that must be completely wrapped on sides and ends (Hersom and Kunkle, 2003).
According to the Daily Star, the fans are however, going a step further by getting their hair cut in Bale's distinctive style, with the owner of a 112-year-old barber's shop, Rafael Lopez, saying that he has been offering Bale haircuts for the past month and getting three or four customers wanting a copy of Bale's style.
He said: "Gareth Bale was last season's player of the year in England and therefore has shown he has the ability to perform.
Daniel Levy's move to order Bale back from Spain on Monday came with the Spurs chairman, his ego presumably dented, deciding the record-breaking deal would be done on his terms, according to his timetable and when his replacements are in place.
And friends of Bale now believe his future lies at the Bernabeu.
The connection between the Bale family and Arkansas Children's Hospital dates back decades.
I round bale most of my acreage because it's faster than handling small square bales," he says.
Intensive analysis of several of these bales revealed moisture levels that ranged from below 7 percent to well above 13 percent within a single bale.