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WRINGWarner Robins Industry Now Group (Georgia; est. 1972)
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'' ''We wring our hands, of course, but when politicians come up with ways to dry us out, we are in uproar
"There are existing relationships between the two companies that suggest a natural progression," said Wring Group director John Wring after signing the MoU with Nass Group director Fawzi Nass.
The MoU was signed by Nass Group director Fawzi Nass and Wring Group director John Wring.
Wring sponge out after firing or FRH drips on components
Kocurek of Ipswich, which describes itself a bespoke supplier of front-end equipment for hydraulic excavators, refurbished the 37m long arm, which had previously carried by a 65-tonne base unit in the Wring fleet.
Nick Clegg has said he wanted to "wring the necks" of bankers who threw Britain's economy into turmoil and forced the coalition to bring in austerity measures.
The only faults I could find with his performance when he was talking to his 'owner' George W at the G8 summit were the failure to wring his hands and continually stress his 'umbleness!
As ordinary citizens wring their hands over global warming from carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, scientists are wringing new chemical insights from the usually gaseous compound.
DB plans, "the results of 2005 provide a clear demonstration of plan sponsors' need to wring ever-higher levels of return," Greenwich notes.
In reality, and maybe to the disappointment of Law and Order fans, lease and development negotiations in the Big Apple don't always exactly achieve the kind of high drama some might think multi-million dollar deals would wring from their participants.
If the pan does catch fire, turn off the heat if safe to do so, run a cloth under a tap, wring it out, cover the pan and leave it to cool for at least 30 minutes.