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He got a second batch.
Better take this batch through.
A batch knelt at the altarrails.
Doc was sure this batch would work.
There’s a nice batch, he said.
Next chap rubs on a new batch with his.
Go and see him when he has a good batch.

And all this awkward batch of brats has.
John Baret sifted through a batch of paper.
No order for a new batch of components B1.
Batch of Japanese tourists entwining them in.
One wrong move and the batch would be ruined.
This process, known as " batch processing,".
BatchBatch process the selected modules.
And prices fall for the next batch of earners.
It began with the first batch of processed foods.
Books returned to the press to prepare the next batch.
I turned in the whole batch of originals, and with a.
It turned out it were a faulty batch of ceramic discs.
George put his batch of papers down on the hall stand.
I joined with Assam woman police batch of our district.
Wait, I had another batch back at Area 7 in my office.
We sat listening as another batch of trouble was brewed up.
And Cornelia told me I could bring up this batch of cookies.
This is probably the most forward thinking batch of items.
Batch - : A group of commands that are executed one at a time.
I can confirm we've just had the first batch of votes from.
Ah, yes, we usually don't sell them unless we have a bad batch.
Cook the rest of the granola in a 1/3 batch at a time like above.
Once the machine had finished processing the batch for the day.
We rented it to a nice lady with a batch of kids, Skoal, brother.
Bring each batch briefly to the boil and simmer for 2 - 3 minutes.
Build two bays and use wood from one while the other batch dries.
A batch had deteriorated and Robin had expressed concern about it.
Was this in the first batch of notes, or the second batch?
The new batch of hunters get off the plane and I prepare to get on.
I will pay the same twelve cents to the first batch again next.
They had rejected all of the most recent batch of potential recruits.
I had a bad batch and one of my oldest friends was feeling terrible.
Many of the process workers had no idea that they were doing anything illegal and just followed orders in terms of batching and processing chemicals.

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He attended all the weekend batches.
Fry chicken fries in batches so they do not.
Add meat and brown in small batches and set aside.
These cards were intended to label batches of samples.
You make five more batches until almost running out of nitric acid.
Apotex is accused of not properly investigating the failure of the batches of.
Currently, NEFT operates in hourly batches - there are eleven settlements from 9.
Impact evaluations may include delineation of affected batches and additional or more.
It was realised that work was being done in batches and that local optimum was the focus.
Companies began buying big batches and management schools included it in their curriculums.
These costs remain the same whether the steel mill makes one batch of steel or 10 batches.
In a pan, add the cooking oil and when it warms up gently, fry the chicken pieces in batches.
Inch by inch, the clouds drift along in gray batches, but they appear too light to shed water.
They would settle tightly packed around the rim of the dustbin lid to drink in batches of thirty or so.
Other than that, only Norka knows, for he keeps his recipe secret and mixes it himself in huge batches.
This allows for running economic batches reducing the cost of the finished product and its selling price.
Our engineers were all most excellent fellows; we had three or four fresh batches of them while I was there.
Hundreds of them would come out in batches to the apparent delight of a pair of hawks that had taken up residence nearby.
With this in view, the Gantt Chart drawn up should therefore be considered applicable to the production of normal batches of components as well.
Over time, those negative experiences (and at times they will come in large batches) will eventually drive you out of the trading game if you can't get a handle on them.
His enthusiasm was temperate; he pointed out a number of defects and crudities which would require correction in production batches; most of these they were aware of and had attended to.
Grimes sat behind a large desk in his quarters and placed out all the contents of a large envelope that Mohammed had given him that contained photographs, newspaper clippings and batches of information gathered throughout the years.
Batches of the animals were sent away daily to this lying-in hospital, where they lived on straw till their calves were born, after which event, and as soon as the calf could walk, mother and offspring were driven back to the dairy.
The tourists came in in jolly batches till well on towards morning, singing about things like the Rhine and the Fatherland's frontiers, glorious songs and very gory, as they passed my hastily-shut window on their way round to the door.
In the cases of manufacturing normal batches of components production is again executed using the same production locations and the above mentioned manufacturing elements (documentation, process times, technology, machines) are again specified in advance.
The Indians were tremendously keen about the schooling and they came in droves and crowds; so that even with the open-air classes (a school-house was impossible of course) the Doctor had to take them in relays and batches of five or six thousand at a time and used a big megaphone or trumpet to make himself heard.
We still lack many of the capabilities the Federation took for granted, but shortly after Prince Nahrmahn’s death, Merlin instructed Owl to produce new batches of the drugs used aboard the starships which brought humanity to Safehold, and one of them—you might think of it as a … sleeping draught—simulates physical death almost perfectly.
For all that, however, by hard rowing we put out a little to sea, for it was now somewhat calmer, and having gained about two leagues the word was given to row by batches, while we ate something, for the vessel was well provided; but the rowers said it was not a time to take any rest; let food be served out to those who were not rowing, but they would not leave their oars on any account.
Widow Fenton, as I have soberly hinted; for it is not a subject to be openly spoken of, had many ill-assorted and irregular characters among her customers; and a gang of play-actors coming to the town, and getting leave to perform in Mr Dribble’s barn, batches of the young lads, both gentle and semple, when the play was over, used to adjourn to her house for pies and porter, the commodities in which she chiefly dealt.

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