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A method of applying plaster; first the plaster base coat is applied; then this is covered with plaster from the same mix before the base coat has set. A form of two-coat work.
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Norner's son, Richie, was to set off to cover the southeastern corner of the huge bowl, and Horner and I would make our way to the west and double back into a canyon that traditionally held chukar around a spring.
Engineering work at Linlithgow was already causing delays on the line and passengers were warned yesterday that many journeys will now take at least an extra 30 minutes as trains are diverted or double back to avoid the blockage.
And no one flies like Dave Mirra, the most decorated BMX athlete and the first to pull off a double back flip in competition.
They allowed flames to come within feet of the Newhall Church of the Nazarene before dousing them, removing any brush should the flames double back.
FULL STORY: PAGE 7 SKY BLUES TARGET LEAGUE DOUBLE BACK PAGE SEARCH AFTER DOG ATTACK POLICE are hunting a man who let his dog viciously attack a teenager in a case of mistaken identity.
Firefighters allowed flames to come within feet of the Newhall Church of the Nazarene before dousing them, removing any brush should the flames double back.
And, of course, the moment that will immortalize these Angels, the rally from a 5-0, seventh-inning deficit to a spine-tingling, stayin'-alive 6-5 victory in do-or-die Game 6 - setting up Sunday's relatively sedate victory, sparked by Garret Anderson's three-run double back in the third inning and secured by a four-pitcher tag team.
Against a wintry backdrop featuring 80 tons of snow and a state-of-the-art pyrotechnic and laser show, Michalchuk landed a near flawless double back flip off the quarterpipe to win $32,000 and the sport utility vehicle.