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A slang term for a large amount of money, especially cash.
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windows and the They larger BifoLd doors INSTANTLY transform a room
An inter-generational commitment to advancing science and engineering has seen Bifold transform from a 19th century mining lamp maker into a leading manufacturer of instrument valves and accessories, piping valves and pumps for the oil, gas and wider industrial markets.
And also the clip styled long bifold wallet, a basic note or cardholder, with clips on either side, is flawless to acknowledge 6 to 8 cards on one side and 25 - 30 notes on the other.
has acquired UK-based valve maker Bifold Group Ltd.
Since my bifold doors measured 14-3/4 x 78-3/4 in., I made the opening 15 x 79 in.
Other Options available on the on the Guardian include tactical radios, an air operable bifold door, an air operable sec-through roll up cargo door, a 250 amp generator, a search light, electro-optical/infrared (E0/I12.) sensors, search radar, and an NVG-compatible flight deck.
A bifold glass door was set into the fireplace opening, and a wood hearth with a secret door set off the stone facing.
Acting with Authority in Early References to Shakespeare" (93-118); John Gillies, "The Author's Accomplice, or the Unsearchable Complicities of Players in the Making of Elizabethan Drama" (119-42); Jeanne McCarthy, "Disciplining 'Unexpert People': Children's Dramatic Practices and Page/Stage Tensions in Early English Theatre" (143-64); Nora Johnson, "Bifold Adam: Shakespeare, Milton, and the Actor's Voice" (165-82); Robert Hornback, "'Grose Indecorum,' 'Contrarietie; Vice-Descendants and the Power of Comic Performance: Weimann and Shakespeare Among the Neoclassicals" (183-206).
offers a bifold brochure for its Lift-O-Flex MOBI-Crane, a material handling system.
Conference rooms were outfitted with patterned glass and sliding bifold glass doors, which could be used to further divide space.
Recent technological advancements have led to the development of quick-access roll-ups and quick-access bifold doors, which have dramatically reduced the time it takes for the doors to open and close.