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Add rice and paprika, bring to a boil and return heat to low.
Bring to a boil, reduce the heat, and maintain at a simmer.
For the gelee, place the remaining warm bisque liquid in a medium saucepan over medium heat and bring to a simmer.
Bring to a simmer over medium heat; simmer gently, uncovered, 15 minutes.
gigastyle" celebrates advances in HDD miniaturization and capacity and the exciting capabilities HDD bring to home TVs, DVD recorders, and to mobile products, including digital music players.
Court files reveal that the case against Bristol-Meyers, which was brought in federal district court in Chicago in 2003, was based on Xechem's allegations that Bristol-Meyers had engaged in anticompetitive practices relating to Xechem's efforts to manufacture and bring to market the drug paclitaxel, a generic equivalent of Bristol's cancer drug, TAXOL(R).
Our team in Europe has achieved great success in the rapidly moving mobile games sector and we know that Nic's contributions will further position the company to bring to market even stronger, more innovative and popular mobile games in 2006 and beyond.
CIM Group purchased the property last year and is delivering a retail center that previous development teams had undertaken but were unable to bring to completion.
Listeners throughout the Philadelphia community, know, like and respect Barsky and we look forward to all that he can bring to the station and are excited to have him and his crew anchor our mornings.
MatrixOne to Bring to Market Proven Technical Specifications
The county, the town of Thompson and the other affected constituencies will receive a total of $15 million a year from the resort/casino that Park Place and the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe are planning to bring to the Catskills.
We are pleased to be working with such a powerful partner on this important project because of the advantages OptiMark's tools will bring to the participants," said Charles Ruffel, chief executive of PLANSPONSOR.