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Then she stepped to one side, and her companion, raising his blade to a horizontal position, lunged suddenly forward and with the full weight of his body and his right arm, drove the sharp point through the hangings and into the niche behind for its full length.
Moving carefully and feeling forward for each step he passed out of the niche, closing the door behind him.
But now there came from out the niche a low laugh that erected the hairs upon my head.
cried Quilp, looking up at the old gateway, and showing in the moonlight like some monstrous image that had come down from its niche and was casting a backward glance at its old house, 'faster
Were there to be any niches after all in the temple of happiness to which he could never climb?
However, I often hear from insurance agents wanting to find their niche market, but unsure of where to start.
Since Lockdowel assembly is so simple to put together it is perfect for our new Niche line," CEO and Regency President John "Skip" Summerville says.
By picking a niche, you will be able to funnel your budget into that product and service--which will enable you to innovate.
Therefore, there is some flexibility also in specifying the niche one wishes to carve out.
Bill Lovell, CEO of the Niche Group said, "It is especially gratifying when a client as industry savvy Rochon recognizes the power of our technology platform and plans to incorporate it into his strategic vision for CVSL.
To understand the tissue-specific effects of lamin mutations, the team focused on fruit fly testis, one of the best-studied stem cell niche systems.
Jones' lab has been investigating a number of possible scenarios, such as whether the loss of tissue function is due to a decrease in the number of stem cells, to the inability of stem cells to respond to signals from their niche, or to reduced signaling from the niche.