movable form

movable form

In the placement of concrete, a formwork which has been so sized in its manufacture or construction as to be suitable for repetitive use in a series of pours.
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That said, waqf can not only be used just in its traditional, real estate-related form, but also in movable form of cash, potentially creating wide-reaching opportunities for "social investment" within the Islamic finance industry through so-called cash-waqf or waqf istithmari, i.
Dimensional marketing pieces, which can add several exciting elements to direct mail, such as unique 3D designs, shapes, movable form factors, sound chips and even lights, are proven means to deliver great impact and strong response rates for marketers.