backet

backet

(ˈbækɪt)
n
Scot a shallow box, typically one used for carrying substances such as ashes, coal or salt
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The segment is in the market for property purchase and is more likely to comprise first-time home buyers; and its income backet is not an indication of its ability to manage personal finances and risks, Aqarat Dubai explained.
Purified and concentrated virus was additionally purified with speed centrifugation in sucrose density gradient (15-60%) on centrifuge VAK-602 in backet rotor at 28000 R.P.M.
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Also, Abrndrof, Backet studied the effectiveness of musical interfc in motion skills of attention, focus defect children.
Backet al., "Aligned single-walled carbon nanotube thin-film transistor arrays for transparent electronics," in Proceedings of the 66th DRC Device Research Conference Digest (DRC '08), pp.
BeoPlay A9 could be installed on the floor by screwing in wooden legs or mounted on the wall using a backet. A range of colours are available for the fabric cover, which could be changed quickly.
"Many farmers started to see Ramy River becoming the broad backet of the Northwest." adds Cornell.
The Spartans are one of 16 teams who will be competing Friday for a spot in Saturday's championship backet when the state championships begin a two-day run at Lane Community College.