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a wood-turning tool used for shaping the insides and bottoms of cylinders
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On the other hand, the polydispersity index of PLA from kenaf biomass indicates that the catalyst did not influence the broadness of molecular weight distribution (Figure 3).
NEW DELHI, Nov 8 (KUNA) -- Kuwaiti-Indian relations are exemplary in their broadness and depth, said His Highness the Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Mubarak Al-Sabah, in a speech addressing a joint meeting of the two countries' chambers of commerce here on Friday.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- What has been said and written about the latest "democratization package" announced by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an a week ago gives a good idea of the remarkable broadness of the spectrum of opinion in Turkey.
Mr Sadock added, "We believe that in today's environment, independents-strengthened by solid methodology, broadness of scope and maximum reactivity- are better suited to provide the flexibility, objectivity, and competitive edge that our clients demand.
What makes IEF special is its broadness and inclusiveness, with representation from the BRICS and other emerging markets that are driving the global economy and by extension the world energy market.
This gradual increase in broadness is ascribed to the changes in the heterogeneity of the blend composition.
Well-regarded Napa vintner Mitch Cosentino, who blends the two under his new PureCru label, calls this the white wine for red wine drinkers: "Semillon brings richness, broadness, and intriguing, sometimes exotic fruit; Sauvignon Blanc contributes spice, floral, and mineral notes plus structure and acid balance.
Mr Hughes Griffiths' comments do, however, indicate the broadness of the Plaid church that Ms Wood will have to keep happy - those who instinctively cite Wales' medieval history as well as those who see Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez as an inspiration.
It's an interesting exhibition showing the broadness of Colin's artistic talent, and reveals some fascinating histories.
Any fair comparison of the EME (independent medical examination) and EMA provisions leads the reader to recognize the broadness of the IME statute as opposed to the limiting nature of the EMA statute.
Some of the essays do enjoy a clarity of language and broadness of focus that transcend the jargon of classical criticism, thus reaching out to that general audience to which the book theoretically aspires.