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Its production was reportedly temporarily put on hold because India Government officials wanted to see how the affair between Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first prime minister, and Lady Edwina Mountbatten, wife of last British viceroy of India, would be played out.
Flexoelite reportedly achieves print accuracy of 0.
Hillenbrand reportedly wrote, ``This is a sinking ship.
Sciame is reportedly seeking 25% deposits from buyers looking to own one of 10 spectacular four-story townhouse residences that will appear to float in the sky above the shoreline of Manhattan.
While a recent lump-sum payment by BOP reportedly reduced payment arrears, coinciding with a retroactive increase in per diems to near projected levels, the lack of certification means that the prisoner census is now about 2,100, as opposed to the more than 2,700 inmates originally projected for calendar year 2003.
Government officials reportedly want some incidents removed, like Nehru-Edwina kiss, their being in the bed together, etc.
There is reportedly no change in physical properties of the resin--"only a faster cycle," says Thomas Wyszynski, technical manager for rotational resins.
UFT president Randi Weingarten was reportedly negotiating with Newmark & Co.
San Jose State reportedly interviewed six candidates and is expected to name a coach in the next few days.
This program's matching optimizer reportedly lets users customize formulations based on a variety of criteria including color differences for up to five illuminants, metamerism indices, curve fit, contrast ratio, and cost.
The 220,000-square-foot tower will reportedly be built where buildings at 433 through 439 Seventh Avenue and 160 West 34th Street are currently located.
Along with the aforementioned ``Twister'' and ``Mission,'' the biggest ticket-sellers are expected to be the alien invasion epic ``Independence Day''; ``The Cable Guy,'' a darker-than-usual comedy for funny man Jim Carrey, who got paid a whopping $20 million for his installation services; the overbudget but reportedly exciting Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner ``Eraser''; and Disney's latest animated spectacular, ``The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
TOPIC: A new silicon chip has reportedly been developed that mimics the workings of the human brain.
They come in brushed chrome and aluminum with a topcoat that reportedly imparts much improved scratch and chemical resistance as well as anti-smudge fingerprint resistance.
Supercell modified azo compounds reportedly permit improved control of gas generation.