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a truncated cloth cone mounted on a mast

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Automakers, meanwhile, kept an even tighter rein on costs and used cash socked away from the 1990s to finance acquisitions.
In May of this year it came to a war of words when Archbishop James MacDonald had to refute Premier Tobin's falsehoods on CBC radio that the Catholic Church was only interested in maintaining its bureaucratic power structure and that the Church had socked away $6 million of taxpayers' money in interest-bearing accounts used for non-school purposes.
They speculate that lead in the tibia is socked away for a lifetime, whereas lead in the patella often leaches out into the bloodstream.
With $7,000 he had socked away from his previous job with a major oil distributor, Bailey started Delta Products Inc.
Before you plunk down bucks for that blush, be sure you've socked away whatever you need to make your goals.
And most people won't have socked away $5,000 annually for 25 years, anyway.
At $74 billion in wealth, he is far ahead of #2 Bill gates of Microsoft with $56 billion in wealth and #3 Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway with $50 billion socked away.
Earlier this year, the Port of Newport applied for $13 million in federal stimulus money to add to the $18 million it had socked away for removing the 365-foot USS Hennebique and USS Pasley, decommissioned after the war.
I knew that I had saved a lot of money, but I didn't have that kind of money socked away to buy Johnson's Luncheonette.
Moreover, those leaders socked away whatever taxes, internal resources, foreign aid and international loans they could extract for themselves, leaving the rest of the populace destitute, he maintains.
Although fewer than 1 percent of the world's households have this kind of spare change, they socked away about 38 percent of the world's wealth in 2009, up from 36 percent the year before.
The city has socked away about $25 million for future building needs, but a renovated or new City Hall is expected to cost much more than that.