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A Swedish unit of length approximately equivalent to 27.7 meters. It is used in land measurement.
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| 10) Ref BB052/15, Thursday, February |12: Shoplifting at Iceland, Chichester Road, South Shields.
REF: V1/Tr1 German developer, supplier and service provider of LEL detectors and flame ionisation detectors seeks trade representatives.
Also, the capillary shear thinning calculations for CSM and CPE had to be left out of this comparison because a close examination of the capillary rheometer raw data confirmed that these polymers displayed "slippage" (ref. 28).
Taking conservatively, as in Ref. [38], ln ([[LAMBDA].sup.2]/[m.sub.W.sup.2]) = 1, one has [rho] [equivalent] 6 X [10.sup.-4].
This evolutionary God is one who "trusts creation to operate with genuine autonomy" (ref.7).
Ref BB-247-14 |Public order offence on June 17, at Cotswold Lane, Boldon Colliery.
With the greater working length of the ARC 2020, one can create test configurations that have greater running distance at very high shear rates (ref. 7).
Ref 127 - Theft of cash at Westage Community College, which happened on January 30.
Some of these techniques include: using a fast extruding grade of carbon black (low surface area) (ref. 92), using an appropriate processing aid (ref.
For example, the method of Ref. (3) was later superseded by Bartky's transformation and its application by Bulirsch (4) to his complete integral cel ([k.sub.c], p, a, b).
According to the Ottawa Citizen, Sister Marguerite Hennessey (ref. 3) was reassuring to the complainers.
Some examples of these dry chemical reactions are found with DPG mixed with sulfenamide accelerators (ref. 4) or CTP reacting with sulfenamide accelerators (ref.