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the line along which pieces of metal are welded
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Chief executive Carole Easton said: "Young women are telling us they want to work but they are getting shut out of the jobs market in their hundreds of thousands.
By NICK LAVIGUEUR nick@examiner.co.uk @grecian9 A RUSH of people getting shut of their old furniture and 'white goods' in time for Christmas has caused Kirklees Council to suspend its bulky waste collections.
Despite getting shut out in the second half by the Blackshirts, Oregon is averaging 59.5 points this season, which ranks third nationally.
"When we came down we told everyone to go back because the bridge was getting shut.
The kittens had funny adventures in their new home, tangling yarn balls, getting hidden in the closet, falling into the bathtub water, and getting shut in the refrigerator.
"After two and a half years of getting shut down with every property, we came across the old humane society building," Nick Apollo said.
(Tech industries are especially notorious for this.) It can result in mistreatment by customers, disrespect by colleagues, getting shut out of promotions, or not being considered for jobs in the first place.
Assuming your leads match the specific criteria needed to be considered a suspect but you're getting shut down right out of the gate, your message or OVS (opening value statement) is most likely the problem.
There was a bit of space, but I was getting shut down by the full back and Hougaard, so I did a little grubber down the touchline.
The Angels managed just three hits while getting shut out on opening day for the first time since 2002 - the year of their only World Series championship.
He said that the closure of the police colleges was one of the least discussed subjects yet the foundations that raise the qualified personnel for the law enforcement agency are getting shut down with the approval of the package.
They've continually knocked down the door and they keep getting shut out.