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a change from better to worse

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MacFarlane says it is not necessary to have your door hardware picked out before you order a new door, as long as the door is ordered with a standard cylindrical lock bore for a 23/8-inch or 23/4-inch backset. Some door manufacturers offer a handle set that can be included with the door, which simplifies the project.
Defense Minister Ismail Isakov sent a letter to President of Kyrgyzstan Roza Otunbaeva, in which he protested against abolishment of the State Border Service and making it a part of the State National Security Service.Such reorganization will make the State National Security Service a "monster", which a backset from the principles announced by the Interim Government, he said at the press conference today.The State National Security Service should be divided into two agencies supervising counterintelligence and foreign intelligence.
[28], recycled polystyrene (rPS) was toughened with ethylene-octylene copolymer thermoplastic elastomer (POE) and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) with various melt flow indexes (MFI), and compatibilized by styrene-butadiene-styrene copolymer (SBS) to enhance the toughness of rPS for use as a TV backset. They experimented with various blends.
Local depressions are molded into the foam core to reduce permanent set during FMVSS-202 backset and height-retention testing.
Three children or small and narrow adults can be carried back there, although no one would want to make it an all-day trip in the backset. Maximum load rating is 386 pounds for the rear seat.
Locks are designed to fit specific size holes and backsets. Backset refers to the distance between the edge of the door and the center of the handle.
Chin PM, Ingledew WM (1994) Effect of lactic acid bacteria on wheat mash fermentations prepared with laboratory backset. Enzyme Microb.
The sets included a stack of occasionally blaring TV sets, a backset second floor and side walls that supported film projections of surreal black-and-white images.
The SSR Pro sports a super slim reflexed (backset) carbon riser for maximum speed, and the Triple S Pro has a slightly straighter riser for a little more forgiveness.
The resource itself is much more likely than in the print world to come in a modular manner, with optional extras such as the substantial fees one pays for a fuller backset of historical stock quotes on Dow Jones.
About half of all adults suffering from it have what Professor Douglas calls "backset jaws".
The two-foot takeoff came into favor in the 50's and the backset became the accepted practice.