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The body of the centraliser sub is machined to Centek and Halliburton's exacting standards.
Plutot que de tout vouloir centraliser, le gouvernement federal devrait au contraire travailler en partenariat avec les provinces de facon a poser des gestes complementaires aux initiatives provinciales ce qui permettrait de maximiser les retombees des actions environnementales.
For labelling products of uneven widths, such as cheese wedges, an optional pack centraliser unit fitted on the outfeed conveyor guarantees central positioning of the label on the face of the pack.
Au niveau du comite de veille devant suivre et centraliser les resultats de cette election presidentielle, les informations tombent au compte-gouttes.
He's becoming a centraliser that pulls everyone together, some central figure others can rally around.
But being a centraliser, a Vatican bureaucrat who believes in gathering the reigns of authority to the papal pinnacle, Rome will become even more important rather than the Church's periphery.
The most widely discussed innovation of Mbeki's ANC leadership to date - and one which has identified him as a natural centraliser - was his 1998 campaign to ensure that the ANC's various provincial premiers would, in effect, be appointed by him rather than being elected by the ANC grassroots in the area concerned.
THE UROS-CT is designed for use in tight tolerance casings where the centraliser is required to compress fully to travel between tight casing strings yet will expand to the designed open hole size.
Conductor Centraliser maintenance services for TAQA s Harding field.
CENTEK Group, the leading centraliser manufacturer, has introduced its UROS-CT centraliser targeted on tight casing applications in deep water wells.
The idea that localists and pluralists perennially lose out to centralisers was a key part of the analysis put forward by the various pamphlets published in the wake of the 2010 election.
Blair and Gordon Brown were, by nature, centralisers but this lot recognise communities want to decide what works for them, whether it's running schools or ending the proliferation of betting shops on high streets.
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Mr Andrews is turning out to be just another in the history of power-hungry centralisers.