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of a cask or barrel

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Rhino Gear is a provider of steel pinions, gears, pulleys, sprockets, splines, and custom broached internal shapes.
Messahel said that he broached with Bazoum, the bilateral relations, especially the issues relating to the challenges that "we face in the sub-region, whether they are terrorism, illegal immigration or large trafficking challenges." In the face of these challenges, there is a need to strengthen dialogue between the two countries underlining that "they concern everyone and even go past our borders," he went on.
A solid majority (65 percent) of advisors who sold $1 million-plus in annuity premium last year almost always broached the topic with clients aged 60-plus.
Summary: Stock markets worldwide fell sharply on Thursday as surprisingly weak data from China and Europe raised worries about slow growth a day after US Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke broached the possibility of reducing stimulus that has buoyed investor confidence.
The Swiss type tool holders are well suited for applications where the size of the form to be broached is less than 0.05" major diameter.
Summary: Foreign Minister Mourad Medelci met Saturday in Algiers the president of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly, Luis Maria De Puig, with whom he broached bilateral cooperation issues.
Longmuir confirmed the subject had been broached but was at pains to stress the informal nature of the discussion.
Clients in this study reported a greater willingness to return to counselors who broached the issue of race.
Ortega said he broached the idea with representatives of the E.U.--with whom Nicaraguan is discussing a possible trade pact--and the US, which has a trade agreement with Nicaragua as part of the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA).
An idea was broached that the native bishop could be designated as a suffragan bishop to the primate.
Martin has seen students who have never even broached the subject of financial planning.
These questions were broached in an article in The New York Times entitled "Practice, Practice, Practice.
That 31 percent figure was up from 26.3 percent in 2004, but talk of overcapacity in China is being broached. "During 2005 it became clear that Chinese production was outstripping demand, and the market was over-supplied," the ISSI states in its 2005 summary news release.
This isn't the first time that T-Mobile has broached sexual orientation or gender identity.