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Noun1.gelly - a type of dynamite in which the nitroglycerin is absorbed in a base of wood pulp and sodium or potassium nitrate
dynamite - an explosive containing nitrate sensitized with nitroglycerin absorbed on wood pulp
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We deeply regret the uncertainty and short-term impact on customers and employees," said the Company's CEO, James Gelly.
Stephen James, who farms 600 cattle, 350 of which are milkers, on around 500 acres on disadvantaged land at Gelly Olau, Narberth, in Pembrokeshire, said he knows quite a few cash-strapped farmers who have had to shed employees.
Finally, the detailed decor was added by our resident cake artist Gelly Kalouta.
The sample treated with PEG did not get reliable results, because the gelly patina produced by PEG in presence of water molecule embedded the correct evaluation of the swelling
Gelly Kalouta, cake artist, Cakes by La Farine at the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, says she specialises in personalised cakes for special occasions, mainly 3D sugar paste designs.
It enabled us to do it properly, with proper photography (by his regular choice of Dutchman Merlin Daleman) for the sleeve, notes by The Guardian's Dave Gelly, because he's good, and for everyone to get paid.
Maureen Evans with Ann Chapman and Arlene Elano with staff Lisa Hull, Kelly Hughes, Lee Swallow, Lumen Cortez and Gelly Ebarriendis and (inset) DJ Simon Bates
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Shaun Gelly, 44, of Wallington Avenue, Cullercoats.
David Gelly, has authored numerous essays and short stories on global travel, athletic accomplishments and life experiences.
Christophe Gelly and David Roche, Approaches to Film and Reception Studies/Cinema et Theories de la Reception.