cold set


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cold set

A type of short steel chisel having a flat edge; used in cutting bars, flattening sheet-metal seams, etc.
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This deal will showcase the Honibe[R] Honey Lozenges[TM] in all Safeway cough and cold sets across the nation.
WET FROM CHASING HOGS THROUGH THE SWAMP WE BECAME FRANTIC, AND AS THE COLD SET IN AND DARKNESS NEARED WE DECIDED IT WAS USELESS TO ATTEMPT TO FIND A MAIN ROAD.
But then in an instant the youngest fell face down in the snow, the cold set in and the fun was over and we were left with dragging two tired, red-cheeked, whinging children all the way home again.
A cold set of facts in the search for identity, but maybe better than nothing.
Tony, in his own lifejacket, lost contact with the others as he made no headway as darkness and freezing cold set in.
In January 2007, growers knew to immediately bring in mechanical wind machines to protect the trees as the cold set in.
But soon the cold set in, and we were in it for hours, shooting and re- shooting.
a commercial cold set, web press operation in Tampa, Florida.
The new machine's production will be high-brightness, improved newsprint, cold set offset and heat set offset grades, typically used in the rapidly growing market of special magazines, inserts and advertising materials.
The acquisition will expand Alcom s Commercial Sheet Fed Print, Cold Set Web Print, Digital Print, Direct Mail, Packaging, Warehousing, Fulfillment, Distribution, Print Management and Integrated Communication Solutions Offerings.
WINTER is a tough time for many as the cold sets in.
While it remains only moderately hot in May and June, the cold sets in when the monsoons come to lash in late July and early August.