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Sunset

To discontinue a product slowly. For example, a company may cut 25% of original production every quarter for a year.
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'What makes Sundown Organics unique is that it addresses the desire for products with clean7 ingredients consumers will feel good about, and at an affordable price point.
Dawn Griffin, clinical lead, added: "Sundown is a presentation that comes out in patients suffering from dementia, particularly in the evening.
Beginning this month, Sundown Organics will be on shelves at most major U.S.
Marsh Ladies always enjoy performing with Sundown Swing, and the concert at Moldgreen Reformed Church was no exception.
Sundown KA is currently owned by the Sharjah-based Al Saqran Stud, whose manager and public relation officer, Ahmad Moussa spoke to Gulf News shortly after the horse was garlanded with the gold medal and sash.
To secure your place, book online at https://twycrosszoo.org/events/summer-sundown/ Be advised that Summer Sundown is a fully licensed event.
It's a great opportunity for companies to add intelligent performance layers that generate actionable insights for a campaign, employees or workforce," said Fabio Cardenas, CEO, Sundown.ai.
Memorial Day continues into Wednesday, ending at sundown with a sharp break into jubilant festivities celebrating 70 years since Israel's creation.
Sundown Cochran was said to have copied Glodo's calls to the letter, and are coveted by collectors.
The celebration begins at sundown and the following day marks the first full day of the celebration.
Synopsis: When Dalton rides into Lonetree looking for work, he finds a town crippled by the local bully and outlaw who is called the Sundown Kid.
This month, Pupil takes the cudgels of Pinoy pride to represent the country at the Sundown Festival in Singapore, an annual event that aims to "celebrate and bridge the diverse Asian nationalities through music and culture."