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brass (or a yellow alloy resembling brass) that was hammered into thin sheets

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The argument by plaintiff's counsel in support of production of the claim notes centers on the fact that two of the defendant's employees, Latten and his supervisor Kim Russo, admittedly reviewed the unredacted version of the claim notes in preparation for their respective deposition testimony, and thereby waived the attorney-client privilege.
Officials calculated that the ability to Latten enemy cities may well prove decisive in future wars.
Before retiring he was vice president of Latten Industries and Ranger Manufacturing.
And for people coming from outside the first thing be seen is the Holy Cross planted there on the top, whence it seems to forebode the conquest of this whole kingdom; it is of wood, but covered all over with latten.
Horn-books of Tuer's late period typically had a typographically ornamental border which was always covered by the brass latten.
While it's perfectly fine to make audiences work for their rewards, there's a vast gap between spoon-feeding and being willfully oblique, with scripters opting too often for the latten Pic will have its fans, especially in Gaul, but a riddle wrapped inside an enigma is only fun if you're at least halfway to solving it after 134 minutes.
Also found were latten and pewter pilgrim's badges which, before the dissolution of the monasteries in 1538 and 1539 were worn by pilgrims as they visited the shrines of such saints as Thomas Becket in Coventry and the many relics housed at Coventry Priory, which included the remains of St Osburga and the arm of St Augustine.
Paul Latten will continue as director of this segment and will report to Kehl.
Now the newly acquired Roods and patronal statues, the untarnished latten pyxes and paxes and holy-water stoups, the missals and manuals still smelling of printer's ink, which Marian archdeacons had demanded of them, were to be once more pitched into wheelbarrows and trundled to the fire.
Findings from a recent study show that 11 per cent of the Turkish fathers and 37 per cent of the Moroccan fathers have never been to school (Rooduijn and Latten 1986).
As compaction pressure is increased, green compression and splitting tensile strengths increase until the curves f latten out (Fig.
Nonwovens production continues to grow at a rate that is higher than the growth rates of the two other major consumers of staple fiber--traditional textile applications--and this is accounting for the growth in share of nonwovens-based products," explains PauJ Latten, of Basofil, who recently made a presentation about stable fibers at INDA's Converting and Bonding conference last month.
1828, Versuch einer Entwicklung der Sprache, Abstammung, Geschichte, Mythologie und burgerlichen Verhaltnisse der Liwen, Latten, Eesten, mit Hinblick auf einige benachbarte Ostseevolker, von den altesten Zeiten bis zur Einfuhrung des Christenthums.
Robert Latten, chairman of Pontypridd United Services Remembrance Committee, said that going ahead with the service without the band would have been unfair on the public.