shoder

shoder

(ˈʃəʊdə)
n
(Crafts) a packet of skins in which gold is placed and subjected to the second process of beating
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Two large adjustable vented panels to the chest with two vented zip on shoder,
Alguns autores referiram-se ao trajeto de ramos nervosos calibrosos relatando sua distribuicao na massa muscular da lingua (BRUNI; ZIMMERL, 1947; SCHAWARZE; SHODER, 1970; GETTY, 1981), similarmente aos ramos primarios encontrados nos especimes estudados.
Dehors, Rhodes' shoder hordes horsed, reshod, shored.
On the issue of timeliness and the erosion of "facts," I recommend an exercise for you, which comes from Bob Panoff of the Shoder Education Foundation: search the Web for the boiling point of radium.