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softs

(sɒfts)
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(Stock Exchange) another name for soft commodities
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Five-times world champion Hamilton was second on the timesheets, 0.049 slower than Bottas, while Leclerc was third and three tenths adrift but still ahead of Vettel who lapped in 1:17.673 on the same soft tyres.
Softs designed for dangerous game are simply cup-and-core bullets with a hardened alloy-lead core and a particularly robust, tapered copper jacket designed to allow a bit of expansion up front but then arrest it before the bullet pancakes into a flat, distorted bit of copper and lead without enough shank remaining to drive penetration.
Commodities can be hard or soft. Hard commodities, such as oil or gold, are natural resources that are mined or extracted.
Softs, on the other hand, have a reputation of deforming too early or tearing apart when scraping past bone and piercing dense muscle.
Other skills, those softs skills, don't translate so well from the classroom to the the work environment, however.
Suma Softs Software Development Services allow organizations to improve productivity, unlock innovation and drive business performance.
A lap later, Raikkonen did the same and also took softs, slotting in behind the Dutchman.
Hamilton has picked six softs, one more than Rosberg, with Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo choosing just three each and the Ferrari pairing going for five apiece.
Her softs were like whispers, and her execution of Rachmaninoff's notoriously stacked chords shook like thunder.
The glazes swirl, co-mingle and secrete from orifices, coating her forms with fleshy sensuality reminiscent of Fragonard with its softs pinks, peaches and icy blues.
He was third after the first stage using soft tyres but topped the second and third sessions after switching to super softs.
L ve read that monolithic solids (or Barnes TSX softs for that matter) are bad for these old rifles.