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manufacturing

industrialized

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having highly developed industries

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suitable to stand up to hard wear

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The head of state viewed a special interactive board which provides information about Azerbaijan`s oil history, the world`s first industrially drilled oil well, as well as the oil strategy carried out by national leader Heydar Aliyev and President Ilham Aliyev.
Building on the significant individual progress made to date and aiming to minimize intake of industrially produced TFAs, IFBA members have agreed a common global objective to reduce TFAs in their products to nutritionally insignificant levels (less than 1 gram of trans-fat per 100 grams of product) worldwide by the end of 2018 at the latest.
Kleber noted that the results show that the low levels of industrially produced TFA we found in the LURIC study did not pose a health risk, and therefore could be regarded as safe.
The agency classified as a labile blood product (a therapeutic product made from blood) the industrially processed plasma known as "plasma SD," which includes Octaplas, used in blood transfusions.
Cities such as Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Jubail, Makkah, Yanbu and Ras Al-Khayr come under the category of industrially major cities, he said.
During the trip more than 24 samples from top- and sub layers were collected from industrially and naturally contaminated territories.
West Bengal which was flourishing industrially has been pushed back due to Naxalites," Chidambaram said.
During 1981, six industrially developed states were: (i) Maharashtra, (ii) Gujarat, (iii) Haryana , (iv) Punjab, (v) Tamil Nadu, and (vi) West Bengal.
is aimed at the phenomenon of the masses, is industrially produced, and ultimately has to be described as the cult of the banal.
Trivalent Chromium (CrIII)--a naturally occurring element used industrially for brick linings in high temperature furnaces and to make metals, metal alloys and chemical compounds.
Hotchkiss says there is room to expand with five acres on site and another 20 acres of industrially zoned property adjacent to their lamination plant.
Its industrially finished outer case slowly opens and closes, revealing deep pink and cobalt blue sequined linings representing the makeup powder and the mirror, respectively.
Fuller considered Henry Ford 'the greatest artist of the twentieth century' and dreamed of the industrially produced autonomous home air-lifted to the idyll island of your choice using the geodesic dome.
Tokyo, Japan, July 22, 2005 - (JCNN) - Takara Bio (TSE: 4974) announced on July 20 that it has developed a method to industrially produce chalcones, the active ingredients of Angelica keiskei Koidzumi, an umbelliferous perennial plant indigenous to Japan.
From the literally tumbledown shack in which kid hero Charlie Bucket (Depp's ``Neverland'' co-star Freddie Highmore) lives with his poor but loving extended family to the sugar-spun yet industrially sterile spaces inside Wonka's massive, mysterious candy plant, Alex McDowell's production design is always slathered in kooky invention.
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