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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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With about $15,000 in savings, Bate launched a marketing blitz to reach potential customers and to entice other RV owners with the novel idea.
Bate wrote this book for all who are interested in Shakespeare.
Lerch Bates and ATIS have a long history of collaboration and will maintain a strategic relationship.
But Bates has broken the mold, proving if you would hard, you can serve for well-known corporations in the field.
The blog also reports that Trace Bates was part of Joe Duggar's wedding party in September and Carlin Bates was a bridesmaid on Joy-Anna Duggar's big day in May.
As Ryan Murphy, co-creator of American Horror Story, puts it, "There's nothing fancy about Kathy Bates except her credentials.
Bates is situated in Lobelville, Tennessee and is a producer of extrusion, formed, and moulded products, including air/fluid transfer hoses and assemblies, emission management subsystems, thermoplastic hose and moulded components and gaskets for transportation and industrial applications.
It is highly inconvenient for Bates that he is known to have visited his estranged wife shortly before her death; and the Crown's case that he was responsible for her murder was found to be proven.
the newly formed Bates company was one of the first companies in the Midwest to build crawler-style tractors.
Craig Williams, a Cardiff councillor who was with Bates on the night, said they were both intoxicated when they went to Charlestons.
Mick Bates AM Staff nurse Claire Morris said Bates was drunk and left red marks on her arm when he grabbed her while she saw to him at the University Hospital of Wales on January 20.
Bates, the Liberal Democrat AM for Montgomeryshire, denies three counts of common assault "by beating" and public order breaches.