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having concealed difficulty

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And the quest for the catchily titled Protected Geographical Indicator status began in earnest yesterday at Goodfellow & Steven bakers, when the national consultation that begins the process was launched.
But the set piece numbers and sequences come across so catchily and refreshingly because they have clearly been vigorously rehearsed and perfected.
As Makonnen puts it--and he's no stranger to a catchily uncommon delivery--"It's not about being marketable anymore.
Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, whose catchily named, heavily street-influenced menswear brand has had a meteoric rise the last few years, stepped wholeheartedly into womenswear Sunday with a spring 2015 collection divided equally between the genders.
The ability to handle large numbers of arrivals is also important to business travel and the catchily named meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (Mice) sector.
First there's Dave's new gang of terror busters, the catchily named TERFOR.
This hilarious, foot-stomping verse, storybook and song are catchily realized with the quirky, dark comical illustrations and rhymes.
Fleetsolve's fuels - "end of waste products", as they are catchily called by the Environment Agency - include waste oils from manufacturers and the pharmaceutical industry, which Fleetsolve processes.
At Nottingham, the catchily named Bouncy Bouncy (out of multiple sprint winner Wunderbra) could be worth a small interest in the Corona Handicap (3.
Many at Beiteddine sang along to the catchily insouciant chorus: "Je ne veux pas travailler C* Je veux seulement l'oublier" (I don't want to work C* I just want to forget).
Soon after, many disparate fronts in the fight for the legalization of birth control coalesced around a new group catchily misnamed the Malthusian League.
As the World Bank's catchily named IAASTD report showed in 2008, the social and economic drivers are probably more important than the technical.
org--This catchily named Dutch project (it's pronounced "common") has made good progress towards its aim of designing a family-sized electric car.
Some poems playfully question the extremities of feeling in the Psalms--David, when addressing his soul, comes off as "wholly// schizo" (No 53)--while another, "E-mails to Asaph," blends ancient composers with student writers: that resulting diminution, following the catchily anachronistic title, gives the poem a wry energy shared with Billy Collins's poem "Workshop.
First up: an unlikely holiday special from cable's biggest hit, "The Closer," which could be catchily subtitled "A Multiple Homicide Holiday.