The labourers in the village and the boys from the school, assembled
on the lawn, caught up the cheering and echoed it back on us.
warriors and chieftains examined me closely, feeling my muscles and the texture of my skin.
Yet the vehicles, especially cars that are assembled
here, have lots of discrepancies.
41 percent in five months as about 3,889 and trucks were assembled
as compared 3,126 buses of same period last year, it added.
Production of assembled
vehicles sunk lowest this September compared to similar periods over the last seven years, new data suggests.
Speaking to Construction Week on the sidelines of the launch event, Gaby Rhayem, Doosan Infracore International's Middle East and North Africa (MENA) director, said that the models would be assembled
in the Emirate of Fujairah.
The types of Toyota Yaris to be produced in Indonesia will have differences with the one assembled
in Thailand or China.
He added that the volume of assembled
vehicles would be minuscule compared with those produced at Halewood and the cachet of a "British-made" car is still a prestigious selling point abroad.
We will develop two or three new models every year but we have no plans to assemble buses locally on a large scale," he added, on the sidelines of a function to launch the company's first bus that was fully assembled
in Qatar by the company's technicians.
Taipei, March 7, 2011 (CENS)--Taiwan exported US$154 million of assembled
bicycles in January 2011, up 6.
According to Martin Birkner, head (Marketing), Audi India, 'Currently, we only assemble the A4 and the A6 at our Aurangabad facility, though the Q5 is slated to be assembled
by next year.
1 : to collect in one place or group <She assembled
all her trophies for display.
big artichokes with green anthurium from Hawaii in a glass vase with collard green leaves tied to the outside.
The AWD module's power take off unit was developed by Tochigi Fuji Sangyo and is assembled
in Japan, while the rear differential is supplied by Mitsubishi Motor and assembled
When the researchers added small amounts of proflavine to a test tube containing snippets made up of a few nucleotides, the nucleotides assembled
into DNA at a rate 1,000 rimes as fast as that in the absence of proflavine.