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We propose to use BowTie and BWA approaches to solve this problem.
When three London-born brothers -- Zubair, Talha and Zak Timol -- were given a sewing machine, they patched in their knowledge of printing technology, added their love for bowties and voila
When all the plates are dry, refold the plates into bowties and secure them with bobby pins.
A good rare Globe or Bowtie vase/jug will make pounds 150-pounds 200.
Founded in 2001 by Fancy Publications (now Bowtie Inc.
His arrogance is unreal and it was sickening to watch him entering the house in just a thong and bowtie.
The Bowtie Noodles With Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Olives and Feta was a special the day we dined at the restaurant.
It is August: Guare, in Playwright shirt and bowtie, occupies most of a two-page spread as a heraldic first among equals, alongside an all-star list of artists whose portraits soon follow.
The molecule, which resembles a bowtie with one side bent perpendicular to the other, belongs to a chemical family called the spiroalkenes, whose members possess a single carbon at their cores.
I-5 Publishing LLC, a newly-formed joint venture of publishing industry executives David Fry and Mark Harris, announced today that it had acquired the books, magazines and websites of BowTie Inc.
The exterior also has an illuminated grille bowtie and custom rocker bars, while the interior has a concept ambient lighting system, a brushed metal trim kit and stainless steel sill plates.
Concentrated within the Bowtie, the billboard-laden stretch is bounded by 42nd Street to the south and 47th Street to the north along Seventh Avenue and Broadway.