However, in the second instance, when Andrew Strauss was the fielder, the squareleg umpire was confident the catch was taken cleanly
and so did not refer it.
Maybe it's the British way to learn to strike the ball so cleanly
Busch said utilizing clean coal technology would help A-B run operations more cleanly
and expressed a hope that the university would allow A-B to test-burn some grain waste on site.
While finding alternative energy sources appeals to most people, proving that biomass plants can operate cleanly
may ultimately be the harder sell.
The publication itself is cleanly
laid out and well bound; the only drawback being an inconvenient lack of measure numbers or rehearsal letters.
The Latins are powerful technicians, trained to move cleanly
The upshot of this barrage, however, is not cleanly
or uniformly targeted, as administration, faculty, staff, and even students can be found on all sides of a growing discomfort with the traditional role of the academy and its utility in the postmodern era.
He was efficient, yes--he'd send his right hand out for the chalice as his left was carving a blessing in the air, that sort of thing--but every motion was cleanly
executed and held in the air for the proper instant, and he had astounding footwork for such a slab of meat.
for the best success, pick large spring blooms (try tulips, daffodils, forsythia and narcissus), cut the ends cleanly
with a sharp knife, and place them in a water-filled vase just big enough to hold them (change water and re-cut stems every two days).
Audi recently developed a mechanical method for producing slush-molded PVC skins that allows them to break more cleanly
for easier airbag deployment, Eller says.
She has painted directly on such blankets in the past, capitalizing on the ideas of rootlessness and leaving home they imply, but these recent pieces were more cleanly
designed and elegant than the earlier work.