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gelignite

a type of dynamite in which the nitrogelatine is absorbed in a base of wood pulp and potassium or sodium nitrate
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gelignite

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A similar reality applied to the industrial sector, where Gelly (2003, 2010) notes that firms could use thermoelectricity and self-generation, and electricity providers deployed important efforts to sway them (by offering them substantially lower prices): in 1924, close to 30% of electricity used by industrial establishments came from self-generation as opposed to less than 10% in 1934 (Gelly 2010).
Gelly Kalouta, cake artist, Cakes by La Farine at the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai says: "There will always be a demand for pastry here because of the local custom to bring sweets and cakes as a gift, because of the prevalence of statement cakes at big events, the growing cafe culture, and interest in nostalgic concepts like afternoon tea."
Gelly y Obes, no entanto, afirma que Martiniano Leguizamon, um intelectual argentino, fez algumas advertencias sobre incorrecoes que havia no quadro de Moreno Carbonero:
The mechanical property of the electrolyte film over 35% salt is not free standing, not flexible, sticky, and gelly. Moreover, the salt cannot be added into P(GMA-MMA)-EC anymore since it is overloaded.
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Shaun Gelly, 44, of Wallington Avenue, Cullercoats.