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For more information on Solidware Technologies, and the splat software visualization and analysis application, visit www.
Afsha Rindani, 14, who is on the fundraising and events teams, joined SPLAT this spring after hearing friends talk about it.
Made from crisped rice, oats and raspberry fruit pieces, Splat Snacks are, as the name suggests, splat-shaped, making each one unique.
Coming from the sky in a swirly, whirly splat you in the face cold, wet and wintry way?
We are testing a lure/bait called 'SPLAT-MAT,' which consists of SPLAT, a waxy emulsion matrix product that combines methyl eugenol or cuelure with low doses of spinosad as the toxicant," explains Vargas.
Beneath bell-shaped gowns suspended by strings, the men of Sarabande fall splat to the ground, rattle their hands, and even twist their shirts over their heads in a near parody of modern dance.
Customers at his Glasgow restaurant Red Onion were offered the chance to splat him - and Karen was first in the queue.
If Telefilm, SODEC and MWFF collide (after all, Losique is free to plunge ahead with MWFF, competing on every level with the new festival, as well as go to court), the splat will be heard loud and clear on the international film scene.
Mackenzie provides historical accounts of scientists, such as Galileo, Isaac Newton, and George Darwin (son of Charles), who paved the way for William Hartmann to formulate and Alastair Cameron to elaborate on the Big Splat theory.
He walked through Harlem "wearing" a long, white cardboard tube that projected like a phallus from his crotch, from which an egg rolled out and fell to the ground with a messy splat.
And while I like praying for my friends and family who have gone before me, I wasn't quite prepared to join their conga line off this mortal coil that night in Haiti, my eyes big as dinner plates, my heart banging like a steam pipe, waiting for the sharp splat of lead against thin cement, ready to fling myself on the floor and scramble out the door like a crab.