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the side that is uppermost

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Roast the bacon joint for 20 minutes, and then sprinkle the sugar evenly over the upper surface and sides of the joint.
The assemblies include an artificial nail sized to correspond to at least a portion of the natural nail, a one-piece application tab assembly temporarily adhered to the upper surface of the artificial nail, an attachment portion that has a clingy portion with sufficient tackiness to temporarily adhere to said upper surface; and a body portion that can be grasped by a user to manipulate the application tab assembly and artificial nail.
Cats can smell with something called the "Jacobson's organ", located in the upper surface of their mouths.
Farmers should then put the turmeric in a drum fitted with small blades and move the drum so that blades remove upper surface and make them look shining.
Farmers should then apply water on its upper surface.
Any style logo or other marking can be permanently molded into the upper surface of the cover in single or multiple colors.
The beautiful little butterfly is recognised by the dark blue on the upper surface of its wings and dark spots on the silverblue underwing.
The belt inspection system is set to feature three-dimensional vision to monitor 100% of the upper surface of the belt to reduce defects, ultimately increasing quality control.
In geology, what is the mantle's upper surface also known as?
It does not use fuel but converted energy utilising ocean waves, plus it has solar panels on the upper surface of the griders power sensors that takes readings every 10 minutes.
He also noticed that the upper surface of its leaves is dotted with glands that secrete a sticky substance.
In human biology, what is the name of the horny covering that grows on the upper surface of the end of each finger and toe?
The upper surface is made of indium tin oxide (ITO), which is both electrically conductive and partially transparent.
It can be found that with the Reynolds number increasing, the role of air viscosity decreases; the area of the separation of the upper surface of decreases at the same angle of incidence and the performance improves.
10 Hamilton From the Greek word for crescent, the meniscus is the curve in the upper surface of a standing body of liquid, produced in response to the surface of the container or another object.
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