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enchased

Descriptive of a variety of hammered metalwork in which a pattern in relief is produced by hammering down the background or depressed portions of the design.
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The collection begins in 1949, when the poet wrote his first book of literary criticism, The Enchased Flood .
7] Quasi-amorphous irregular particles, 40 - 80 nm PbTe Irregular particles, small cubes(~100 nm) and nanorods PbSe Flower-like cubic particles (~300 nm), enchased cubes BiSb Peanut-like polyhedrals (~100 nm), flower-like structures [Bi.
The work flow described above is containing the integration of software activities with specific technological activities in parts manufacturing in CFS systems as one expression for the new enchased technological-informatics system.
She wears a robe enchased with eagles' eyes To signify her sight in mysteries; Upon each shoulder sits a milk-white dove, And at her feet do witty serpents move; Her spacious arms do reach from east to west, And you may see her heart shine through her breast.
The main purpose of this paper is to explore and discuss the main characteristics of project-based online learning (PBOL) for a graduate enchased Web-based course, Designing and Developing Distance Education, to promote the critical learning skills of online learners to engage them in projects designed to be realistic, intriguing and relevant real life experiences, to promote PBOL to model how theory translate into practice in higher education, to integrate PBOL by proposing situate learning in an authentic context by helping them think deeply, to encourage them to take ownership and responsibility for their critical thinking process, to support them to act as cognitive coaches throughout PBOL, and to give them guidance as needed, but encouraging them independence in thinking critically.
The firm, however, enchased the bank guarantee, which was supposed to be enchased by the CDA.