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of or relating to joints or to the structural components in a joint
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Earlier, TMK reported a 6% QoQ decline in pipe production in 3Q to 1,029kt, with the decline in LDP production articularly pronounced, down 32% QoQ to 111kt.
This is articularly great timing for the brand EvolutionMan that has just released a line of nail polish in suitably clean-cut and macho packaging - shades include a pearly grey, steel grey and metallic maroon.
Positive reference group receives dexamethasone intra articularly or intraperitoneally [33].
IT was a articularly emotional ccasion for singer Jane McDonald when she erformed in front of a ell-out audience at this ne-nighter.
Mr Carter said the burglary has left him and his family feeling 'invaded,' and his daughter, who suffers from autism, has been articularly badly ffected and will ontinue to be affected y it for some time.
But Salzman is more interested in the social dimension of the politically unequal relationship between Painter and Warwick, and Shrank too notes how both flytings to some extent move away from politics as they proceed towards the display of a more obviously 'literary' game; the penultimate item in the Grey-Smith exchange is styled An Artificial Apology Articularly Answering to the Obstreperous Obgannings of One W.
Admittedly, Liverpool benefited from having shaken off in midweek much of the ring-rustiness that obviously affected Chelsea yesterday, articularly during a one-sided first half.
The low level of imports is due to soft domestic demand, but also to a articularly weak tendency in certain import-intensive exports and in investment in machinery and equipment.
And while such proliferation may have some benefit in fostering moderation, an overabundance of such codes -- p articularly when left to arbitrary choice -- could result in none being taken seriously enough.
This uncertainty is p articularly evident in the December contract.
Nineteenth-century Irish Catholic women were p articularly subject to the ideology of the domestic, compounded as it was by the attitudes of the Church.