San Pedro Boat Works imposed an obligation to "keep and maintain [the] premises in a safe, clean, wholesome, sanitary and sightly
condition," (244) the Agreement in this case merely stated "the maintenance of all railroad facilities including track, roadbed, [and] railroad drainage .
We do not get that sightly
humiliated, slightly angry feeling that too often arises in encounters with the solipsistic opacity of so much contemporary art.
ANKARA, Apr 7, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Deputy Premier and State Minister for Economy Ali Babacan said Turkey's USD reserves was a little below the healthy level, noting that Central Bank (CB) was slowly purchasing USD to sightly
increase its reserves.
Out of sorts before the break, Merthyr struggled to create anything of note although the visitors were only sightly
That's good news for advancing autism treatments, but sightly
more discouraging for would-be patients who have to wait six months or more for an appointment.
Overall, we are pleased with a point, but sightly
disappointed we did not see it through.
At back-row it's sightly
more difficult to get in just because of the amount of quality that's out there.
Sub Darren Bent showed he might be sightly
better than Harry Redknapp's wife Sandra in front of goal, scoring twice in as many minutes to spark a second-half fightback.
C], and showed that every graph of order n has clique-transversal number at most n - [square root of (2n)] + 3 = 2, and if all cliques are relatively large, then a sightly
better upper bound can be obtained.
Hypopygium small, slightly shorter than tip of metasoma, sightly
acute at tip; ovipositor sheath approximately as long as second hind tarsus.
Dry-to-touch times are sightly
below the tolerance limit; however, observed drying at [LAMBDA] > 1 is deceiving due to poor wetting.
It is a most sightly
scituation, and fit for Gentry and Nobility.
R L Leg traction Leg straight; no Leg flexes sightly
Grasp ankle and slowly resistance felt or with some pull leg upwards.
Otherwise, Amor influenced the German language only sightly
, for example by 'Amorette'n (in English amoretti), more frequently called 'Putten', derived from Latin 'putus (little boy).
In an age of prodigy houses, Wembury seems to have held its own, and Risdon described it as 'equalling if not excelling all other in these western parts for uniform building, a sightly
seat for shew, for receipt spacious; for cost sumptuous; for sight, salubrious; near the sea, upon an advanced ground, whereby all houses of office are under it; having a delightful prospect both to sea and land.