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  1. A short woman of Asian extraction.
  2. The Oil and Gas Extraction industry.
  3. He is said to be of foreign extraction.
  4. She felt his arm begin its slow extraction.
  5. We request extraction from Little Bunny ASAP.

  6. By using Chills ,heat extraction rate is hastened.
  7. Exactly three hours forty-eight minutes the extraction.
  8. Sludge was a light skinned mulatto of Spanish extraction.
  9. We decided it was time to leave and called for extraction:.
  10. Once the extraction process has ended – this window will appear.
  11. Apparently, she was originally of Italian extraction, although her.
  12. During the process of extraction of Titanium, they got a by-product.
  13. The strength of the earth grew wane because the extraction was vast!.
  14. We decided it was time to leave and called for extraction:.
  15. He returned to his seat and handing his extraction to Michael, said:.

  16. In 1984, the oil and gas extraction industry alone contributed 7%to GDP.
  17. Neither my extraction, nor the most critical adventure of my life, is.
  18. This seems like one smart way to be in the resource extraction business.
  19. The rest came from the coal extraction and oil and gas extraction sectors.
  20. Solidification time is dependent on rate of heat extraction by the moulding.
  21. It not also helps to improve kidney function in urinary extraction but also.
  22. This is superb! I have never seen an extraction come together so quickly.
  23. What did that mean? Abortions were as common as a tooth extraction in the OWG.
  24. He had slept until dawn when Ilmal’s herbal extraction had stopped working.
  25. There are men who toil at extracting gold; he toiled at the extraction of pity.

  26. Per the Prophesy’s abstruse logic, the extraction is not capital punishment.
  27. Presence of a Chill, because of it’s faster rate of heat extraction, creates.
  28. GOLD is not present there, it is still present ,but it’s( GOLD) extraction is.
  29. Melas is a Greek by extraction, as I understand, and he is a remarkable linguist.
  30. His submission is that he is of Mongolian extraction and irresponsible for his actions.
  31. Rickman had given them just enough time to warn the man but not enough for an extraction.
  32. New exploration and extraction techniques were opening up vast quantities of fossil fuels.
  33. Torbin, with the extraction pipe still clasped to his side, stared into the vibrating core.
  34. It is mad that Petropavlosk can be said to have a cash cost of extraction over $2,000 an ounce.
  35. No one colony in America is supposed to contain so great a number of people of European extraction.
  36. It is that keystone which holds the walls and the extraction of which causes the building to cave in.
  37. All products gain their profit from the Earth, rather it be by pollution, enslavement, extraction, or harvest.
  38. They followed the Almighty’s rules and never once did He have to send an archangel for an extraction mission.
  39. I’ll have vehicles at the designated extraction points, she said, keeping her eye on the side-view mirror.
  40. John Long, "noblemen and gentlemen" attesting his extraction of a fluid like mercury from the temples of a patient.
  41. She ordered them to line up before her and commenced the extraction of their visual information using another program.
  42. Andy had been leading their way to the extraction point - several kilometers southwest - in an almost complete silence.
  43. In the receiver, Calvin replied, We found indications that Project X is related to some type of truth extraction process.
  44. Operated by Shell, it was delivered to the Gulf of Mexico in August 2008 and began extraction of oil and gas on 31 March 2010.
  45. The oil and gas extraction industry has increased its share of GDP in each of the last 7 years, increasing from a modern low of 1.
  46. And acknowledging the newly strained non-relationship he bore with the Guild, it would have to be a delicate process of extraction.
  47. In the year that followed Matthew learned that Patrick had become romantically involved with a girl of Polish extraction called Anna.
  48. This is the essence of nazism: the extraction of all value from a living thing and then the inhumane disposal of its remains, if any.
  49. His predominant features were, however, European, and he possessed a stately courtesy and carriage which suggested a Spanish extraction.
  50. The oils are concentrated liquids derived from plants through a variety of means: distillation, solvent extraction or expression processing.
  51. Bridget that his parents were from Ireland and that over ninety per cent of the children attending the school were of Irish Catholic extraction.
  52. The following example demonstrates extraction of additional information about criteria effectiveness by application of the Sharpe ratio analysis.
  53. Touching hers as he began the slow careful extraction, his hand brushed over the metal of her bracelet that lay low upon her hip, as if on guard.
  54. The extraction functions all use a single argument (represented by arg in the following table), which represents a SAS date, time, or datetime value.
  55. She was, I believe, of Brazilian extraction, though she spoke excellent English, and I excused her manners on the score of her ignorance of our customs.
  56. Because it is not as easy as turning on a spigot to get the oil flowing, any delay in drilling could push back the actual oil extraction by a few years.
  57. The activity chain had two separate threads: there was the extraction of his startup funds, and then there was the whole woolly area of what he did with them.
  58. Most Englishmen, if we were to replace verst-posts with milestones and substitute a graveyard for a palisade, would instantly recognize its Yankee extraction.
  59. The ancient Parthians appear to have been a nation of Scythian or Tartar extraction, and to have always retained a good deal of the manners of their ancestors.
  60. Elior had woken up when Ilmal examined the almost healed wound in his chest, and Ilmal had given him an herbal extraction that sent him back into a deep sleep.
  61. Calling his foreman and telling him to continue alone to supervise the work of salt extraction, Pierre got closer to the edge of the water in order to better see.
  62. Oil - Following the discovery and extraction of North Sea oil in the early 1970s, annual oil production rose steadily to nearly 130 million tonnes in the mid-1980s.
  63. The chief point is that the servants could have known nothing about the money if Maslova had not been in accord with them, said the clerk of Jewish extraction.
  64. Other sectors of the energy industry have not performed so well, notably the coal extraction industry, which, despite some increases, has fallen by an average of 6.
  65. Neither my extraction, nor the most critical adventure of my life, is sublime enough to impeach me of any vanity in the advancement of the proposal you have approved of.
  66. Of Jewish extraction, and brought up among Jews, if not of pure Jewish blood, he was thoroughly familiar with many things of which the Roman governor was utterly ignorant.
  67. The judge said the ,‖government‘s continuous delays are intentional‘, part of an effort t use last year‘s BP oil spill as an excuse to limit fossil fuel extraction.
  68. The modern world, desperation, greed, and the timber and extraction industries that usually don’t care about traditional cultures have altered belief systems regarding lemurs.
  69. The factor allocation approach has several advantages: it enables one to focus on the primary return drivers, more effective diversification, and more effective extraction of risk premia.
  70. Roidon had until now relied on nanobots to make the refinements, but someone needed to attach a tertiary extraction pipe, and now there was no question of simply switching the device off.
  71. In several studies, people with a history of eating lutein-rich foods like kale had up to 22% lower risk for cataracts, which would otherwise have been severe enough to require extraction.
  72. Each day, the enlisted POWs waded through the snow to labor in a steel mill, a chemical factory, the port’s coal and salt barges, or a site at which they broke rocks for mineral extraction.
  73. For the last three days, Buey Dan, as the Lizard, had supervised the extraction of last minute information from the hooch maids and waitresses and other female and male workers on the air base.
  74. Standard Oil was one of the first truly global companies that was involved in all aspects of the oil supply chain, from extraction and production to transportation, distribution, and marketing.
  75. By extending the British system of taxation to all the different provinces of the empire, inhabited by people either of British or European extraction, a much greater augmentation of revenue might be expected.
  76. Fullerton interrupted, The Soviet authorities in Poland are of the opinion that one ‘Jerry’ Krazinsky, an American of Polish extraction, has been engaged in the Polish black market to a considerable extent.
  77. Returning to the plantation by the end of the afternoon with a Jeanne apparently happy about their acquisitions, Pierre took an hour to go inspect the various works in progress in his fields and in his sugar extraction plant.
  78. The company is one of the most technologically savvy services companies out there and can provide solutions regarding all aspects of oil field–management services, from exploration and extraction to maintenance and abandonment.
  79. Although he‘d felt no pain thanks to local anaesthesia, he was almost catatonic having been awake through the extraction of his kidney because the theatre wasn‘t set up for two people to be under general anaesthetic at one time.
  80. He again searches for this new knowledge looking at his source when he was semen, he says: This semen which I was created and formed from is mere an extraction formed from the different types of food and nourishments like fruits, vegetables…and herbs.
  81. An analysis of companies in this field must take into account the fact that since 1914 a substantial number of new low-cost producers have been developed and that other companies have succeeded in reducing extraction costs through metallurgical improvements.
  82. It is possible to say that it’s the whole Life for those atoms and molecules that are confined here and for the people that dealt with these atoms, starting with the extraction of sand, making the glass and ending with the circumstances of its appearance here.
  83. In the early 1990s this proportion had risen to over 50%, with increases in investment by oil and gas extraction, electricity generation and by the supply sectors, mainly as a result of the construction of Sizewell B and the growth of gas-use for electricity generation.
  84. His remaining behind and his French name were really the only two points which could suggest suspicion; but, as a matter of fact, I did not begin work until he had gone, and his people are of Huguenot extraction, but as English in sympathy and tradition as you and I are.
  85. This is true for the bomb, for the gun, the knife, speculation in food commodities, byproduct toxic poisoning of our ecosystems by extraction, production, and disposal of resources for our benefit and entertainment – yes, all technology is innocent until it is conscious.
  86. In return, this discouraging prospect had made the populations of the Middle East both worried and furious, as they realized a bit late the extent to which the riches from oil extraction had been squandered or even squarely robbed by their elites, monarchs and various leaders.
  87. We’re talking about the take over of the Federal government, with several puppet presidents to follow, and the massive extraction of capital out of America taken as a result of the huge war expenditures made for un-needed conflicts started by those puppets under false pretense.
  88. If a certain individual of Scottish extraction registers his domain only to find out some years later that a fast-food company (for example) is very anxious to acquire that domain name, the end result can be either a profitable settlement for the individual or a nasty court case.
  89. But because stem cells in the body are relatively difficult to extract and have often been exposed to environmental conditions that determine specific tissue development prior to extraction, mass reproduction of individuals’ own stem cells for therapy still faces significant prohibitive challenges.
  90. In order to cover up the fact that most of the main agents of evil in western civilization are people of the Jewish extraction, the undead set about brainwashing the entire world of living people into having an opposite perception of the actual truth about ww2 and hitler and the Allies and the Jews and Germany.
  91. The most exclusive set consisted of the families of the coal merchant, the two retired jerry-builders and Mr Trafaim, whose superiority was demonstrated by the fact that, to say nothing of his French extraction, he wore - in addition to the top hat aforesaid - a frock coat and a pair of lavender trousers every day.
  92. More than once she thought of revealing all to her grandmother, and she would not have hesitated a moment, if Maximilian Morrel had been named Albert de Morcerf or Raoul de Chateau-Renaud; but Morrel was of plebeian extraction, and Valentine knew how the haughty Marquise de Saint-Meran despised all who were not noble.
  93. In the winter of '46-7 there came a hundred men of Hyperborean extraction swoop down on to our pond one morning, with many carloads of ungainly-looking farming tools—sleds, plows, drill-barrows, turf-knives, spades, saws, rakes, and each man was armed with a double-pointed pike-staff, such as is not described in the New-England Farmer or the Cultivator.
  94. How the virtuous servant, Cly, was his friend and partner, and was worthy to be; how the watchful eyes of those forgers and false swearers had rested on the prisoner as a victim, because some family affairs in France, he being of French extraction, did require his making those passages across the Channel--though what those affairs were, a consideration for others who were near and dear to him, forbade him, even for his life, to disclose.

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