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placing

1. The deposition and compaction of freshly mixed mortar or concrete in the place where it is to harden.
2. The process of applying plastic terrazzo mix to the prepared surface.
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The watermelon with fruit salad is best completed just before placing on the table, although the calla lily floral portion can be completed a day ahead.
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The old regulations interpreting both sections employed a residual method of allocation, placing each acquired asset into one of four asset classes, with the purchase price then allocated among the classes in priority order.