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a wood-turning tool used for shaping the insides and bottoms of cylinders
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As for the broadness in design, we always try to bring in something new, whether a new fabric, a new colour, a new material, or a new design collaboration.
The enamel samples were subjected to remineralization in acids shows an increase in the peak size and broadness of the spectrum.
The broadness of this bill likely dooms it from a constitutional standpoint," Assemblyman Mike Gatto said.
It is the broadness of this portfolio, in particular, which ensures the continued prosperity of Reitan Convenience.
It is this broadness that makes it nigh on impossible to pigeon hole them into one genre - at different times their sound encompasses alt-pop, rock, folk and much more.
Specifically targeting the broadness of Huffines' bill, Democrats argue the overall trend is antithetical to the platform many Republicans stumped on last year: scaling back the influence of state government in citizens' lives.
The broadness of the project and complex logistics of a multi-site program will require detailed planning and close coordination with the district's leadership.
To fly off would demand a certain nobility of spirit, a certain broadness of mind and heart.
Meanwhile, the grit of the strike - the out-of-control coppers, the vindictiveness of the National Coal Board and the miners' desperate poverty - are largely glossed over so we can get to another scene of Staunton proving her broadness of mind by dancing in a gay club where (and I'm not making this up) she attempts to talk to a man wearing a ball gag.
Look at the broadness of the offerings, around how it would be able to integrate from the user experience point of view.
The broadness of the authorization is unprecedented for Russia, even if applying the sanctions would be at Obama's discretion.
When reflecting on charism--even if what the author claims to be underlining is that leadership is not something unidirectional, working as a top-down force, but a role that is made possible by being open and aware of processes that come from below--the flaws of this approach to anarchism become visible by the oversimplification and broadness that it implies.