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fine stuff

In plastering, lime putty used in the finish coat.
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While demonstrating how to temper a bowl of the fine stuff, Robin told us about the history of chocolate and how Frederick Belmont, the Swiss orphan who founded Bettys, brought it to the streets of West Yorkshire.
Derry were defending deep at times, yet were still decent value for their point after playing some fine stuff off the front foot at times.
Lopez has produced some fine stuff this week, but battling wins over Jurgen Melzer and David Ferrer mask serious deficiencies when his serve is not working and do not compare to Soderling's straight-sets demolitions of Tsonga, Nicolas Almagro and Victor Hanescu.
Perdi, although a short-haired model, sheds a lot, and normal combs don't touch the fine stuff.
There's no reason why that can't happen because there are a lot of good players in the squad and they've been playing some fine stuff.
The rest is pretty fine stuff, too, with the exception of Sunshine On A Rainy Day, which simply isn't different enough from the Zoe version (which wasn't up to much anyway) to justify having included it.
However, despite the scoreline it was by no means a boring game and both teams treated us to some fine stuff on the deck, the way the game should be played with Falkirk's Mark Kerr, John Henry and Kevin Christie all in great form, although Claudio Caniggia won the Tennents man of the Match award.
The Leinster final was a fine stuff, particularly for all Offaly fans and merits acknowledgement but overall the best action was served up by Kildare and Meath in their games in the Leinster championship.
Sligo do play some fine stuff, most evident when they wiped the floor with Bohemians (albeit only 1-0) in the Cup semi-final at Dalymount Park.
HERE are all 30 episodes of the children's favourite that have been window cleaned, and mighty fine stuff it is too.
Despite the score both teams treated us to some fine stuff on the deck, with Falkirk's Mark Kerr, Henry and Kevin Christie in great form.