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To split wood along the grain, as in making shingles.
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Le Maroc prend part au [beaucoup moins que]Sommet des deux rives, Forum de la Mediterranee[beaucoup plus grand que] qui a entame, lundi, ses travaux a Marseille avec l'ambition de relancer la dynamique de cooperation en Mediterranee occidentale par la mise en oeuvre de projets concrets en faveur du developpement humain, economique et durable dans la region.
Javier Garcia-Martinez, Rive's technology improves traditional zeolite catalysts through the introduction of novel channels of medium pore size, which enhance the diffusivity of these materials leading to higher value product yields, improved process efficiency, and increased refinery profitability.
He also explained the ongoing projects of RIVE on skill development, vocational training, energy.
Another exception, not technically a Rive, produced by Bortolomiol is 'Ius Naturae' (law of nature) which is certified organic and was balanced and lively.
The company previously traded on the OTCQB marketplace under the "RIVE" symbol.
illegal fishing damages a fish numbers u in our rive i rs and spoils angling for others.
Le systeme de depollution situe sur la rive gauche du Bouregreg (Rabat-Temara) a ete donc acheve, tandis que celui de la rive droite (Sale-Bouknadel) est encore en cours de realisation.
Why did it take helicopters rive hours to lift six people out of one hospital?
De La Rive has a private port on the lake where campers can berth their own boats.
"It tore the scar tissue from my gall bladder surgery and gave me rive hernias." Dan Plovic broke down in tears one evening at dinner, watching the peas roll off his tilted plate and onto the floor.
Bringing up the rear are cereal meal bars at 288 million euros -- but at 12%, they're showing the strongest growth, compared to rive percent for cereals and a mere two percent for breakfast products as a whole.