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- Staples are the most common, but in high-wind areas and with synthetics, underlayment is often fastened with plastic caps.
- No staples are used in this procedure, which is relatively new in the US. Like other restrictive procedures, AGB may not achieve significant weight loss.
- If staples are used be sure the staples are parallel with the bottom edge of the shingle.
- Sean Staples is back on mandolin and electric guitar, while newcomers Rob Laurens plays bass and Dave Westner (Jabe) plays drums.
- Galvanized staples are the preferred fastener for wood shakes or shingles.
- Both are staples of British cuisine.
- A staple knocker is a tool resembling a screwdriver, used for removing staples and shredded material.
- The two cut ends of the intestine may then be reconnected with sutures or surgical staples; this reconnection is called an end-toend anastomosis.
- The soundtrack featured Prince on one side and other artists such as Tevin Campbell, Mavis Staples of the Staple Singers and Morris Day.
- The 2010 NHL Entry Draft came to a close on Saturday afternoon at the Staples Center in Los Angeles with the Phoenix Coyotes selecting three more players.
- Many of his works have become staples of the modern concert repertoire.
- Staples Center was a state-of-the-art arena, complete with luxury suites and all the modern amenities that fans and athletes wanted in a new facility.
- His early records are considered staples of the so-called Manserock movement of the mid-'70s.
- Direct action, being one of the main staples of anarcho-syndicalism, would extend into the political sphere according to its supporters.
- Mayfield worked with Mavis Staples on the 1977 soundtrack for the film A Piece of the Action.
- The two arenas in this series, Conseco Fieldhouse and Staples Center, were both first-year arenas.
- In a Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, the stomach is made smaller by creating a small pouch at the top of the stomach using surgical staples or a plastic band.
- Our tea bags are English Pillow Style, with no strings, tags or staples attached.
- Whale meat, blubber, skin and muktuk continue as dietary staples.
- Because of the high demand for the fabric, silk was one of the staples of international trade prior to industrialization.
- Eliyon counts many Fortune 500 companies, including Microsoft, AOL Time Warner, IBM and Staples, among its customers, as well as numerous smaller firms.
- STAPLES Business Depot is providing its customers with an easy way to recycle their used portable rechargeable batteries.
- In every genre in which he composed, Brahms produced works that have become staples of the repertory.
- Canada is no longer correcting for past mistakes, Staples says.
- Staples Business Depot remains one of the most profitable office supply chains in Canada, taking a large share of the market from its rival, Grand & Toy.
- Staples graduated from Palestine High School, where he was an active member of the Future Farmers of America.
- As it grows from the sheep's skin, wool naturally groups into staples which each contain many thousands of fibres.
- STAPLES Business Depot and its partners are very pleased to be able to provide thousands of school supplies to thousands of children across Canada.
- Johnny Mercer's early songs became staples of the big band era and were regularly featured in the musicals of early Hollywood.
- In addition, " Toys in the Attic " and "Big Ten Inch Record" (a song originally recorded by Bull Moose Jackson) became concert staples.
- After arriving in the small town, he was introduced to the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section ("The Swampers") who had recorded this song with Mavis Staples.
- Two phrases, "Clahhsic!" and "Epic!", both said in a tone mocking Jim Rome, became the staples of The Tony Kornheiser Show.
- He also wrote songs including " In Memory of Elizabeth Reed " and " Blue Sky " that became radio and concert staples.
- Other major neo soul artists have included Angie Stone, Lucy Pearl, Floetry, Res, Truth Hurts, and Bilal, all of whom became staples of R&B radio.
- Accompanying these staples are dairy products (yoghurt, whey), various nuts, native vegetables, and fresh and dried fruits.
- Your surgeon will use staples to divide your stomach into a small upper section and a larger bottom section.
- Both surgical methods proceed as follows: Your surgeon uses surgical staples to divide your stomach into two unequal portions.
- The surgeon will close the muscles and skin of the abdomen with stitches or staples.
- For a vertical banded gastroplasty procedure, the pouch will be created with a line of staples.
- Next, the surgeon makes a pouch by stapling sections of the small intestine together with surgical staples.
- Muscle and tissues are closed with sutures, while the skin is closed with staples.
- The staples of their diets are fruits, vegetables, legumes (beans and peas), grains, seeds, and nuts.
- Q. My contractor wants to use staples instead of nails to install my asphalt shingles.
- Throughout its history, the Yale Symphony Orchestra has performed new music as well as staples of orchestral repertoire.
- Later there's music from Shivaree, Pops Staples, and a classic from Bob Dylan.
- Many of the dishes that have become staples of American cuisine originated with the arrival of people from various countries into the United States.
- Staples derived from meat include chicken, pork, beef, and fish.
- Canadiens' fans who showed up in red at the Staples Center were happy to celebrate loudly throughout the game.
- Foods such as coconut that was introduced to the islands by colonists, have become dietary staples.
- The foods that are considered to be staples of Belarus include pork, cabbages, potatoes and bread.
- You should never see staples or nails in the joints or keyways between shakes or shingles.
- The impact resistant sheet material can be secured to the sheathing with a variety of different fasteners, such as staples, nails, and the like.
- Building Paper: Apply horizontally with a 2-inch (50-mm) overlap and a 6-inch (150-mm) end lap; fasten to sheathing with galvanized staples or roofing nails.
- Cuts from this LP, such as "Angel Eyes" and "One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)," would remain staples of Sinatra's concerts throughout his life.
- Hardship and controversy were staples of Mac Dre's career.
- As with other cuisines, Indian cuisine has absorbed the new-world vegetables such as tomato, chilli, and potato, as staples.
- Corn, tomatoes, squash and turkey were staples for native Mexicans, and Europeans added beef, chicken, pork, rice, cinnamon and cloves.
- Their staples like rice, oats, beans, and pasta are very inexpensive.
- Bulk carriers are cargo ships used to transport bulk cargo items such as ore or food staples (rice, grain, etc.) and similar cargo.
- Booklets may be perfect bound or permanently fastened with staples or another method that creates a uniformly thick mailpiece.
- This usually refers to booklets held together by staples.
- Continue to tack the roofing felt in place with staples.
- If necessary, apply sod staples to hold the sod in place.
- His piano, chamber music, and orchestral works have become staples in the repertoire.
- His piano, chamber music and orchestral works have become staples of the concert repertoire.
- His piano music, chamber music, and orchestral works have become staples in the repertoire.
- Much of his piano music, chamber music, vocal music and orchestral music have become staples of the concert repertoire.
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