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Matte

In numismatics, a finish on the surface of a coin that is deliberately grainy to the touch. Matte finishes have become rare for modern coins.
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Why Matten a building which has probably 100 years of life left, is a local landmark and has lots of social and historical references for the local community?
But the first objection must be seriously taken into account: it is true that Herodotus does not say either that Tetramnestos was a king of Sidon or that Matten and Merbalos were kings of Tyre and Arwad (Arados), respectively.
In 1984, Steve Matten of Mission Viejo had no signs of excess protein in his blood, despite the fact his bones were being damaged.
When doctors told Viki Matten she faced a hysterectomy, she knew she had to act quickly if she wanted a child.
Matten of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.
Top price bull was a Limousin consigned by J A Matten & Sons, Avenue Grange.
age, marital status, position in the company, promotion opportunities, income, scarcity of available employment alternatives (Crane and Matten 2004, 126-128; Trevino 1986).
And Sion general manager Deried Matten explained: "Marc is one of our best former players and we will be talking to him about Liverpool.
Implicit' or 'explicit' CSR: a conceptual framework for a comparative understanding of corporate social responsibility, Dirk Matten and Jeremy Moon;
All five top prices headed home with J A Matten & Sons, Thirsk.
Crane and Matten (2004) have pointed out that rights are "certain basic, important, inalienable entitlements that should be respected and protected in every single action.
Mr Richard Matten, Project Manager of MODEC, noted, "We believe that working with established partners helps to ensure that our customers get their FPSO safely, on budget, to required quality level and on time to meet production targets.