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Used in the context of general equities. (1) No longer obligated to an order, as it has already been canceled: (2) advertised on Autex.

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Unlike humans, who constantly shed worn-out skin as tiny flakes, snakes and lizards periodically molt, or shed the outermost layer of their scaly skin all at once.
The recession, which virtually halted development on the southern end of Battery Park City proved to be a stumbling block for retailers who were leery of being on the development's outermost fringe.
Cortical stimulation refers to the process of stimulating the cerebral cortex, or the outermost layer of the brain.
The President of the Committee of the Regions, Michel Lebrun, welcomed the adoption of the general approach on port services by the Transport Council, noting that: "On delicate issues such as providing public authorities with margins of manoeuvre to preserve the role of small ports and outermost regions' ports, as well as to ensure services linked to safety, security and environmental protection in port areas, the Transport Council shared the main proposals formulated by the Committee of the Regions".
Key statement: A golf ball including a unitary core having a volume, an outer surface, a geometric center and an outermost transition volume adjacent to the outer surface, the core being formed from a substantially homogenous composition; and a cover layer including ionomer, metallocene-catalyzed polymer, polyester, polyamide, non-ionomeric thermoplastic elastomer, copolyether-ester, copolyether-amide, polycarbonate, polybutadiene, polyisoprene or polystyrene block copolymer.
Valspar Sourcing has received a patent for a method for finishing a veneer surface of a veneered wood product comprised of applying to the veneer surface and UV curing a plurality of coating layers, which method comprises the steps of applying and cationically polymerizing at least one subsurface layer comprising a UV curable cationically polymerizable moiety and applying and free radically polymerizing an outermost layer comprised of a free radically polymerizable moiety, wherein a coating layer nearest the veneer surface comprises a cationically polymerized moiety or moiety polymerized via cationic and free radical cure mechanisms, and wherein the finished veneer surface exhibits less veneer checking than a veneer finished only with free radically polymerized coating layers.
The fainter new ring is about half as wide and overlies the orbit of another tiny moon, Pallene, that lies between the two outermost rings.
Looking closely at images taken that day, Cornell University researchers detected four gaps in the bright middle section of Saturn's outermost main ring (called the A ring).
How much do you know about Pluto, the outermost planet in our solar system?
Having recently returned from a Scandinavian forestry trade mission, Ramsay says in that Sweden, industry has determined the outermost economical range for transporting slash and other wood waste is roughly 120 to 130 km.
Normally one side panel or jamb, and perhaps the soffit, is coded in strong solid colours--blue, green, yellow, orange, and red--to create a kinetic, Op-Art effect perpendicular to the static, outermost plane.
The Great Blue Hole is at Lighthouse Reef, the outermost of Belize's three coral atolls about 60 miles from the mainland.