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a person who separates and straightens the fibers of cotton or wool

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a long curling sea wave

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a machine that separates and straightens the fibers of cotton or wool

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Though not enough to lift them off the basement, the victory kept Comber on the tails of those teams in and around them at the bottom of the table.
James Thompson was then trapped leg before by Comber five overs later.
Leon Comber employs a biographical approach to assess the impact of British policies toward postwar Malaya.
The new E 86 comber features a speed increase of 10% compared to the previous model.
1 shows the results obtained by considering only the addresses on the map as data sets, corresponding to the analysis by Le Comber et al.
Address : Supply of 5000 MT of Cotton Comber for use in banknote paper
Brunsdon and Comber explain how to use the R software and language as a tool for manipulating geographical information and for producing maps.
INGREDIENTS For the hake: 4 fillets of hake 4 leaves of foraged goosetongue 4 leaves of foraged sandwort 3 leaves of foraged fat hen 3 leaves of foraged sea purslane 100g foraged samphire Taste of the sea emulsion (below) Baby comber potatoes For the Taste Of The Sea Emulsion: 63g carrots, peeled and finely sliced 63g onions, finely sliced 38g fennel, finely sliced 25g shallots, finely sliced 2.
An al Invalidation of a Global Warming Hypothesis by Comber et al.
The 18-month-old was hit on Comber Road in east Belfast on Saturday.
Emergency services went to the scene and diversions where in place at the junctions of the Comber Road and East Link Road, and the Comber Road and Gramsbridge Road.
The Comber Nutsche unit consists of a dished vessel with a perforated plate.
Now, study led by Steven Le Comber in the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences at Queen Mary, University of London, has shown that this method can use the locations of disease cases to identify the source of the disease.
Many will have seen Dominic Moccia and Holly Comber in recent productions with Huddersfield Light Opera Company and Moldgreen's Spot On Musical Theatre.
Comber, 2005, was an impressive feat of intentional disarray.