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These chemicals are the starting points for most polymers and other organic chemicals as well as much of the specialty chemicals category.
These products became a regional specialty with shipments going as far as Fargo and Grand Forks, North Dakota.
These cigars came in eight regular brands and five specialty.
These ores form a niche market, with specialty smelters used to recover the iron, titanium and vanadium.
These include filters to clean the electricity, equipment racks to isolate components from floor vibrations, specialty power and audio cables, loudspeaker stands ( and footers to isolate speakers from stands ), and room treatments.
These specialty blades are primarily designed for use by anesthetists and otolaryngologists, most commonly in the operating room.
These varieties are highly sought after and can be found at specialty markets or farmers markets only.
These special " enhanced " engine companies perform both " truck " and " engine " company tasks, as well as Hazardous Materials ( Hazmat ) mitigation and other specialty rescue functions.
These programs began to offer a masters degree with a specialty in environmental ethics / philosophy.
These were limited to one randomly inserted card per hobby-exclusive box ( available only from specialty retailers ) and featured original artwork by series regulars John Pound, Tom Bunk, and Jay Lynch, as well as guest artists Strephon Taylor, John Czop, Don Perlin, and Justin Green.
These specialty cutters tend to be expensive.
These categorisations broadly coincide with the traditional division between " recreational " wreck diving ( taught as a specialty course by recreational diver training agencies and normally limited to the " light zone " and / or 100-130 cumulative feet of depth plus penetration ) and " technical " wreck diving ( taught as a stand-alone course by technical diver training agencies ).
These are the top master's programs for aerospace / aeronautical / astronautical engineering ", Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's graduate program was not in the top 10 for this specialty area.
These works were a common phenomenon in pre-WWI Europe, involving fictionalised stories of possible invasion or infiltration by foreign powers ; Le Queux's specialty, much appreciated by Northcliffe, was the German invasion of Britain.
These specialty blades are primarily designed for use by anesthetists, most commonly in the operating room.
These estates were centered in the modern-day state of Durango, and their specialty was sheep-raising.
These two touches ( featured on one or both of GM's other 1953 specialty convertibles ) were especially beloved by General Motors Styling Chief Harley Earl and subsequently were widely copied by other marques.
These specialty areas of medicine are not exclusive to orthopedic surgery.
These specialty tools rely on advanced bot and intelligent agent technologies to search the deep Web and automatically generate specialty Web directories, such as the Virtual Private Library.
These barriers include lack of professionals trained in both the medical and behavioral elements of encopresis treatment, geographic location of specialty providers, the amount of time and costs spent in delivering treatment ( this includes doctor fees, transportation, and time away from both work and school ), and the distress involved for children and parents to engage in treatment.
These variations include 3x3 ( which has three patties and three slices of cheese ), 4x4 ( four patties and four slices of cheese ), Neapolitan shakes, grilled cheese sandwich ( comes with everything that the burgers come with except meat, plus two slices of melted cheese ), Protein style ( wrap with lettuce ; comes with everything that the burgers come with except buns ; is not an actual veggie patty ), and Animal Style, both Protein and Animal Style are both house specialty that the company has trademarked because of its association with the chain.
These websites are a group of affiliate websites offering multimedia content, music news and information, communities organized around shared music interests, music-related specialty commerce and digital music services.
These stores are usually grouped together in a district, often alongside groups of other specialty hardware stores, which are also grouped together.

These and pay
These proposals would reduce the amount of tax that DuPont stockholders might have to pay -- from an estimated 1.1 billion dollars under present law to as little as 192 million dollars.
These expenditures are estimated to be $12.1 billion, an increase of $187 million over 1960, reflecting additional longevity pay of career personnel, more dependents, an increased number of men drawing proficiency pay, and social security tax increases ( effective for the full year in 1961 compared with only 6 months in 1960 ).
These often incorporate a reminder to the dealers as to which bets to pay or collect.
These wagers are usually avoided by experienced craps players since they pay even money ( 1: 1 ) while a player can make place bets on the 6 or the 8, which pay more ( 7: 6 ).
These men received additional pay ranging from $ 36 to $ 45 per month depending on their rating.
These changes have had negative impacts, as freelance contributors have waited up to six months for checks and the Britannica staff have gone years without pay rises.
These are given to the school regardless of whether or not it requires its students to pay fees.
These exclusive rights allow owners of intellectual property to benefit from the property they have created, providing a financial incentive for the creation of an investment in intellectual property, and, in case of patents, pay associated research and development costs.
These insurers also are required to contribute to state guarantee funds, which are used to pay for losses if an insurer becomes insolvent.
These patents were subsequently upheld in both countries in a series of lawsuits, and other producers were obliged to pay him royalties.
These sources list three Indian tributaries or conquered territories that were subordinated to the Persian Empire and made to pay tributes to the Persian Kings: Gandhara, Sattagydia ( Thatagus ) and Hindush.
These took Jefferson and other co-executors of the estate years to pay off, which contributed to his financial problems.
These countries are classified as developed countries which pay for costs of developing countries:
These pirates, which are called wichingi by their own people, and Ascomanni by our own people, pay tribute to the Danish king " in the fourth volume of his Gesta Hammaburgensis Ecclesiae Pontificum.
These ' revealed preferences ', as they were named by Paul Samuelson, were revealed e. g. in people's willingness to pay: Utility is taken to be correlative to Desire or Want.
These bonds have a higher risk of default or other adverse credit events, but typically pay higher yields than better quality bonds in order to make them attractive to investors.
The Doctor ’ s Charter of 1966 introduced allowances for rent and ancillary staff, significantly increased the pay scales, and changed the structure of payments to reflect “ both qualifications of doctors and the form of their practices, i. e. group practice .” These changes not only led to higher morale, but also resulted in the increased use of ancillary staff and nursing attachments, a growth in the number of health centres and group practices, and a boost in the modernisation of practices in terms of equipment, appointment systems, and buildings.
These bus services were improved in frequency and spread in 2007 to complement the western extension of the London congestion charge area, which required vehicles driving into or around Kensington in charging hours Monday-Friday to pay a daily fee of £ 8.
" These jobs are required to be in the lower ranges of skill and pay to minimize competition with the private sector.
These jobs are required to be in the lower ranges of skill and pay so as to not draw the workforce away from the private sector.
These critics say that Canada's proximity to the United States causes a " brain drain " or migration of Canadian-trained doctors and nurses ( as well as other professionals ) to the United States, where private hospitals can pay much higher wages and income tax rates are lower ( partially because health care is not covered through taxation ).
These prisoners were mainly from the upper classes, and those who could afford to pay for additional luxuries lived in good conditions, wearing their own clothes, living in rooms decorated with tapestries and carpets or taking exercise around the castle garden and along the walls.

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