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headwork

The heads and other ornaments on the keystone of an arch.
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ISLAMABAD -- The replacement of 121-year old Khanki Headwork with state-of-the-art barrage would ensure sustainable irrigation supplies to 3.
As Dabney Doty, former instructor at the University of Central Missouri accurately stated, "There is more headwork than handwork in shopwork.
Vendor table will be available for those wishing to sell related items such as books, headwork, hides, supplies.
Khloe paired her unusual headwork with a bright oranges striped jumper, blue jeans and towering heels, the Daily Mail reported.
The Iraqi goal which went to Younus' credit was, however, all headwork of Emad Mohammed, who had directed a free kick by Mahdi Kareem into the Iranian net with his forehead.
The modifications were to the plant's inflow and aeration pipes, headwork screening equipment, sludge handling and pumping station.
Effective resource management includes recognizing hazardous situations and attitudes, decision making to promote good judgment and headwork, and managing the situation to ensure the safe outcome of the IFR flight.
People exhibit poor headwork and make mistakes for a variety of reasons, including inexperience, poor planning and insufficient training.
The mermaid-style gown featured tonal stone and pearl headwork accents with a grand chapel-length train beaded with baroque scroll design and satin ruffle.
In addition to manholes, it is used for applications that include wet wells, grit chambers, headwork channels, clarifiers, acid containment, thickeners, sewage piping, floors and other areas exposed to hydrogen sulfide.
Good headwork and technique involves inspecting the required items, as well as scanning the area around them.
This suggests the fact that both executive committees nominate the representatives by considering their potentials to contribute to pull the external resources badly needed for repair and maintenance and improvement of the headwork and jointly operated section of the main canal.