is a farm-to-table restaurant, meaning every possible ingredient comes from local farms and growers.
Units feature "no cold slug" edge gated nozzles for medical and automotive applications and mold up to four parts per nozzle with exceptional cosmetics and imperceptible vestige
CL 2003 has been formulated to flow easily into the mold while minimizing gate vestige
and flow lines for an improved surface appearance, according to the company.
Obiang has been satisfied primarily with looting the nation's treasury and eradicating any vestige
of democratic opposition through detention, violence, and assorted methods of intimidation.
The book leaves the reader without even a vestige
of faith in the humanity of modern animal husbandry.
It's a vestige
of patrician politics, the old, elitist view that the great unwashed masses are not to be fully trusted.
Further, TATA, without any vestige
of doubt, constitutes a famous (or, in international parlance, well known) mark - a subject to which the Panel will return.
of the more conventional plot exists in Marchand's discovery that one of his four "white" cousins is of mixed blood.
Driving ever deeper into the realm of ideological insanity, oblivious to the carnage it wreaks, it crushes life from the unborn and eradicates the last, desperate vestige
of humanity from society.
Martha Graham wrote in Blood Memory: "I don't demand, at the beginning [of training], any vestige
The title poem reads, in part, "ce vestige
de fillette noircit a la lueur dujour la poupee / s'endort ses membres recolles.
People on one side of the issue see the ancient Northwest forests as a rapidly diminishing vestige
of America's native woodlands, a world-class temperate rainforest rich in plant and animal life that may soon vanish forever.