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1. A horizontal ledge on a wall (or other member or construction), marking a decrease in its thickness above; also called a watertable.
2. A bend in a pipe.
3. A change in the direction of a pipeline (other than 90°), e.g., by a combination of elbows or bends, which brings one section of the pipe out of line with but into a line parallel to another section.
4. A short line perpendicular to a surveyed line, measured to a line
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Egypt's revolution which has started with demonstrations and set-ins by mostly young people on the 25th of January, 2011 turned into a people revolution only 3 days later on January 28 -- another miracle.
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It also comes out of the keenness to activate the role of the Sultanate's General Trade Union in the coming stage in the highlight of the workers set-ins and strikes demanding the improvement of their economic and social conditions.