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Mat

A general term for Russian profanity. The use of mat is illegal in Russia, though this is only enforced sporadically. However, inadvertently using mat can make it more difficult (or at least awkward) to conduct business in Russian.
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They allow consumers to change the look of their kitchen mat to complement the kitchen's decor or to celebrate a holiday or new season.
The world was put to rights many times over, and everyone caught up on the gossip around the proggy mat as it was always a great social contact point in any home.
Early in the hot-pressing operation, heat transport is provided by conduction, as a result of the direct contact between the hot-platens and the wood flakes present at the mat surface.
What applies post- April 2015, that is no MAT on capital gains on FIIs, will also apply on pre- April 2015,"Jaitley explained.
3 Bixle 1/2 Inch Extra Thick Yoga Mat - This mat is 23” wide and 72” long, with carrying straps and high density foam of r cushioning.
The prayer mat claims to lower muscle pain, stiffness and joint aches during prayer.
The prayer mat alone comes for Dh500 to Dh750, depending on the material that is used.
EDGES: Mat edges should be tapered to allow for a smooth transition between the mat and the adjacent floor surface.
There is tremendous room for growth," said Dan Bouzide, chief executive officer, Wellness Mat, which uses a proprietary polyurethane for its kitchen mats.
GoodNites Bed Mats make it easier for parents and children may feel empowered and confident with a new way to manage bedwetting.
And in that moment of glee, they would take turns to roll on the finished mat in a ritual called hanseling.