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become fuller

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  • become fuller
  • become larger
  • enlarge
  • get bigger

become

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wax lyrical

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CERA's premium brand, Senator, was launched exactly one year ago with the designer collections of sanitary ware, faucets, wellness and mirrors.
However, passing sentence Recorder Sarah Whitehouse said that she believed Cera "had the option of getting help from the authorities".
Poullikas thanked Anastasiades for his support in increasing staffing levels at CERA and asked him to continue doing so and help CERA operate in its full potential.
Cera plays Warren, a nerdish rich kid who shows up at his friend Dennis' Manhattan apartment in 1982 with $15,000 he has stolen from his menacing father.
Originally made of bamboo, the stone church was completed in 1816 in the "Earthquake Baroque" style, after which Cera started building the organ that made him a legend in Las PiAaAaAeA~a
AFTER just a few too many roles playing a dorkish nice guy (see Juno, Youth In Revolt, Scott Pilgrim), Michael Cera tries something completely different in this low-budget charmer, and its stoner target audience will enjoy every minute.
This engagingly oddball film features Juno star Michael Cera as an American in Chile who hooks up with a wild hippy named Crystal Fairy (Hoffmann) and three Chilean brothers to try to track down a cactus that can be boiled down to create a psychedelic drug.
Teaming up Edgar Wright, director of Shaun of the Dead, and Michael Cera, star of Superbad was always likely to produce good comedy, and it certainly did.
A aplicacao de cera em frutos, no processo de beneficiamento de pos-colheita, e utilizada para protecao contra danos que possam ocorrer durante o armazenamento em baixas temperaturas.
Author of two books on energy, Yergin joined IHS eight years ago when it acquired the company he founded, Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) and helped increase the company energy knowledge.