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bate

[bāt]
(materials)
In tanning operations, any material used to remove lime from skins and to soften them prior to further processing.
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After financing a $23,000 recreational vehicle with her then husband, John, 35 years ago, Bate was frustrated by the RV's drain on the couple's finances, particularly since it stayed parked in the yard most of the time.
Bate wrote this book for all who are interested in Shakespeare.
What makes these cells so "robust," says Bates, is their ability to recharge several thousand times, thanks to the new amorphous electrolyte, called lithium phosphorus oxynitride.
He said he was aware from speaking to a doctor on duty that Mr Bates did not have a significant head injury.
Staff nurse Claire Morris said Bates, 62, was drunk and left red marks on her arm when he grabbed her while she saw to him at the University Hospital of Wales in the early hours of January 20.
Liverpool crown court heard drunken Bates turned on Mr Grundy because he thought he had been "looking at him".
Bates and his cronies think that Cunningham is a man they can work with even if most fans are horrified at the prospect after the Newcastle-supporting former Cabinet "enforcer" failed to offer any significant backing to the Save Our Seats camapign.
The founder of American Shared Hospital Services (ASHS), Bates has recently set his sights on the operating room for the 21st century.
When buried, commercial glass reacts with water and soil, slowly eroding into clay and zeolites, Bates says.
Spoiler alert: This feature contains spoilers on Bates Motel, Season 2, Episode 2, titled "Shadow of a Doubt.
Bates has remained in his position at Chelsea even after pocketing a pounds 35million pay-out after Abramovich's takeover and has even got a two-year retirement plan before he stands down and takes a non-executive place on the board.