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carton

Shooting
a. a white disc at the centre of a target
b. a shot that hits this disc
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It's good this mirror is a little longer than the bottom of the carton.
248) With his sensitivity to the nuances of his own situation, of what it means to make himself the subject of this study, Carton Ash has created not only an important work of social and political history, but also a small literary masterpiece of his own.
According to data with Data Consult, there are currently 20 carton box producers operating in Indonesia with a combined production opacity of 950,000 tons.
The machine moves under program from spool carton to the appropriate spindle, and back to the next two spools.
As carton recycling opportunities have become more prevalent throughout the U.
Back in 1930, Calumet Carton started as a small, family owned manufacturer of folding cartons and rigid mailing envelopes selling to Chicago area companies.
A Certificate of Merit was awarded to Diamond in the "Specialty Inks or Coatings, Fragrances, or 'Invisible' Printing Inks" category for Elizabeth Arden's 5th Avenue NYC Premiere carton.
Folding carton converting appears similar to the label printing process--both involve laving ink on paper--there are some key differences that set it apart, namely substrate usage, creasing and diecut-ting.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 19, 2012-Graphic Packaging Holding Company to acquire Contego Cartons in the UK(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The SFR150 was designed with a robust, fully welded stainless steel frame, easy size change facility, colour touch screen, and Kliklok's patented rotary carton feeder, offering speeds up to 150 cartons per minute.
A positive carton transport system allows the rejection of nonconforming cartons, as well as self-checking negative logic control.