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turnup

That portion of roofing material which is turned up at any vertical surface.
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"It was the season of deadmoles" opens Kuipers, "black silken pelts like eveningpurses / abandoned along the forest path." Soon the lovers turnup to play Keno at a bar where they overhear a wife "describe hertime at the slots: / cherry, cherry, cherry, pineapple." Thecharacterization of the machine is signature Kuipers.
A good turnup after the awful weather the day before.
On a rainy morning in Midtown Jackson, artist Clay Hardwick nursed a cup of coffee and surveyed the space that he is converting into the new TurnUp Studios.
The round ended with a turnup as two 10-1 chances filled the first two places.
Key statement." A pneumatic radial tire has a chipper in place of a traditional apex, the chipper located between a carcass main portion and turnup portion.
Unfortunately, the perceived control analysis in the RP-884 final report failed to turnup any substantial findings.
In a remarkable turnup, the Spanish will meet a fortunate Belarus team, who qualified for the semi-final despite losing two of their three games and finishing with a goal difference of -4!
But when the case was re-listed, he failed to turnup again and a warrant without bail was issued for his arrest.
The NTT Com team "did a good job understanding what our requirements were and provided offerings that enabled us to do what we needed to do," he says, adding that the company also delivered a good, timely turnup of the service.
SPARKS IN THE DARK, Swansea: Have fun at the St Helen's Rugby Ground as fire jugglers turnup theheat.