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Skim

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A Scheme implementation with packages and other enhancements, by Alain Deutsch et al, France.
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on Saturdays Skim remembered it was his duty to posterity to keep it open--till Mrs.
The event takes quite a long time," says Hugo, explaining that each competitor aims to skim their stone towards an area at the back of the quarry marked by buoys.
Gareth Twamley, who can skim a stone across water for 92 metres RICHARD SWINGLER
In many countries and in various languages it is the frog metaphor that is perceived in the hopping stone as it skims the water: in Bengali, it's called 'frog jumps' or 'kingfisher'; the Bulgarians call it 'frogs', too; the Greeks, 'little frogs'; the Spanish, 'making frogs'; the Hungarians, 'making it waddle', while the Poles refer to the game as 'letting the ducks out'.
Previous research has shown that the flavor variability found in low-heat skim milk powder can impact consumer acceptance involving ingredient applications.
Soy and skim milk can cut the saturated fat and calories by a lot.
As the Skim Plus Fiber and Skim Plus Omega-3 offer digestive and heart health benefits respectively, we are confident that our customers will love the creamy, delicious taste and fortified nutrition" Both carry a suggested retail price of $3.
In the second study, researchers from New Zealand measured the acute effects of skim milk consumption on serum urate concentrations in 16 healthy male volunteers, in light of reports that skim milk was beneficial in gout prevention.
Archer abruptly leaves the school and her job, Skim changes.
Amidst all the ensuing touchy-feely "self-love" exercises and the unwarranted attempts to soothe a non-existent need for consolation, Skim is moved by something far more potent: she's falling in love with her eccentric English and drama teacher, Ms.
Make sure you can actually skim stones before trying to do so with another bloke.