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"Well, I have no objection to your contemplating Hetty in an artistic light, but I must not have you feeding her vanity and filling her little noddle with the notion that she's a great beauty, attractive to fine gentlemen, or you will spoil her for a poor man's wife--honest Craig's, for example, whom I have seen bestowing soft glances on her.
The research report provides analysis and information according to fine blanking tools market segments such as geographies, application and industry.
A Taste Of Maryland History: A Guide To Historic Eateries And Their Recipes thus serves two distinct purposes: as a survey of Maryland historic establishments it provides would-be travelers with a guide to fine historic eating houses across the state, providing an entire page of history to compliment the authors' descriptions of the atmosphere and offerings they experienced today.
To gauge the participants' exposure to fine particles, the researchers began with year 2000 data from 23 monitoring stations in the Los Angeles basin, then interpolated the data, using a geographic information system and geostatistics, to assign long-term mean ambient particulate matter concentrations to each participant's address.
In addition, the projections for exposure to fine particulates measured outdoors have some small margin of error.
Poor ventilation and inefficient combustion result in significant daily exposure of women and young children to fine and ultrafine particulate matter, carbon monoxide, (CO), N[O.sub.x], S[O.sub.x], a range of volatile organic compounds including formaldehyde, and polycyclic organic matter (18).
One estimate of average population decrease in life span due to exposure to fine particulate air pollution for lifelong residents of some of the developed world's more polluted cites is 1-3 years (37).
Relationships between exposure to fine particles and genetic mutations have just recently been established because epidemiologic studies require much longer monitoring periods and broader monitoring of possible end points (41).
These findings represent a possible mechanism for the genesis of cancer due to exposure to fine particulate air pollution (41).
It would increase the penalties for violating five environmental statutes to fines as high as $1 million and prison terms as long as 15 years.