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a type of dynamite in which the nitroglycerin is absorbed in a base of wood pulp and sodium or potassium nitrate


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Allain Gelly (2003, 2010: 208-286) surveyed the practices of industries in Quebec and argued that they could reasonably consider thermoelectricity (coal and gas) as viable alternatives, which made their demand more elastic.
But at least I won't need to buy Christmas paper." Gran Annie Gelly, of Herne Hill, South London, also bought the calendar and hers had 45ft of paper.
Gelly et al., "Uncoupling protein 2, in vivo distribution, induction upon oxidative stress, and evidence for translational regulation," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Finally, the detailed decor was added by our resident cake artist Gelly Kalouta."
The sample treated with PEG did not get reliable results, because the gelly patina produced by PEG in presence of water molecule embedded the correct evaluation of the swelling
Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine Polish in Passion Fruit, PS3.99 A gel-like finish + punchy colour = perfect summer nails.
Gelly Kalouta, cake artist, Cakes by La Farine at the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, says she specialises in personalised cakes for special occasions, mainly 3D sugar paste designs.
Segundo Carlos Gelly y Obes, Enrique Pena havia recebido do Intendente Municipal de Buenos Aires, Don Manuel Jose Guirales, a missao de mandar fazer um quadro comemorativo da Fundacao de Buenos Aires.
La traduccion portuguesa obedecio a la necesidad de crear una imagen favorable del pais cuando el ministro en la Corte imperial, Juan Andres Gelly (1792-1859), negociaba los tratados de alianza y limites con Saturnino de Souza e Oliveira.
It could also be due to the disarray of the Durkheimian School, which lost in the war some of the most promising members with special theoretical promise in the arts and religion (like Hertz, Gelly and Andre Durkheim), that the mantle of Durkheim fell on his first student and nephew, Marcel Mauss.
Regulated deficit irrigation has been purposed in several crops, such as mango (Spreer et al., 2007; 2009; Silva et al., 2009; Cotrim et al., 2011, Santos et al., 2013; Santos & Martinez, 2013; Santos et al., 2014), pear (Marsal et al., 2008), grapevine (McCarthy, 2000; Ferreyra et al., 2002), peach (Gelly et al., 2004), loquat (Cuervas et al., 2007), melon (Fabeiro et al., 2002), olive (Iniesta et al., 2009), tomato (Savic et al., 2008), garlic (Cortes et al., 2003), onion (Olalla et al., 2004), beet (Fabeiro et al., 2003), bean and watermelon (Gonzalez et al., 2009).