Insultation

In`sul`ta´tion


n.1.
1.The act of insulting; abusive or insolent treatment; insult.
2.Exultation.
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Officers continued to carry out their surveillance and, eventually, noises were heard before Earl emerged, covered in a coloured substance which made them believe he had been hiding in insultation in the loft.
Hira Industries has set up a foam insultation factory in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates.
Finance director Chris Lea bought 250,000 shares, and Mark Atherton, operations director for its superglass Insultation Ltd trading subsidiary, bought 208,000 shares.
Rodent droppings and insultation material that had |been pulled out by the rodents were found behind an appliance
Melting the plastic coating off copper pipes is carried out by rogue businesses to save money as a tonne of copper wire with its plastic insultation on is worth PS1,300, whlie a tonne where the plastic has been removed is worth over PS3,000.
The boots are lightweight due to being constructed with RPM material, a breeze to walk in and hunters are sure to appreciate the many available insultation PPP options.
Now, that we have proved our case with evidence to degradation and insultation of bats, we can move on to our statement of defense in our fair case "Case of Bats".
Te Whanau o Waipareira Trust, Te Runanga o Ngati Whatua and Eco Insultation are also involved in planning and delivering Warm 'n' Well.
In a previous research, the thermal insultation of these materials was studied.
Coun Tilsley (Lib Dem Sheldon) also wants to create ten "low carbon communities" similar to the Summerfield Eco-neighbourhood in Edgbaston where householders were given grants to install insultation, new boilers, solar panels and wind turbines.
The sardonic wit of Ctesippus, a figure who revels in "putting downe" his adversaries by "spitting forth / Puft words at all sorts," eerily approximates the gusto for insultation that characterizes Odysseus in the scene containing his most famous--and most problematic--display of rhetorical virtuosity (383).
The fifth piece is going to be based on things I found when I actually went to the site such as building materials, shadows of the scaffolding, the way it is held together, the insultation.