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CHAFECypress Hills Advocates for Education (Brooklyn, NY)
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The rejection of the devotion to Our Lady of Perpetual Help suggests that the missing ideological change that so puzzled Chafe actually took place among the generation that worked in this Catholic community.
25) Chafe's tonal allegory is directional, not fixed; he states at the outset that he is not dealing with number symbolism, rhetorical figures, or characteristics of particular keys.
The submitter recommends 310-series aircraft operators inspect this area and that chafe protection be applied to the tube where it contacts the heat duct insulation.
Chafe promised to make details about the incident available as soon as possible.
For a performance-heavy work like Robert Chafe's "Belly Up," Lynde's introduction makes for an engaging and imaginative entry into the playworld.
That's one sure sign of termites," adds Gene Chafe, General Manager for Senske Services, a landscape maintenance and pest control provider.
The automaker is recalling the vehicles because the power seat wiring harness may contact the seat frame, causing the wires to chafe. Chafed harness wires may cause a short circuit, increasing the risk of a fire.
In recognition of the place that battle holds in the culture of Newfoundland and Labrador, and marking its 100th anniversary, Opera on the Avalon has commissioned a new work by composer John Estacio and librettist Robert Chafe, a Newfoundlander himself Ours doesn't try to recount the Beaumont-Hamel battle itself, but is built around the story of the regiments Catholic chaplain, Thomas Nangle (the role to be created by baritone Brett Polegato).
But just as the officer's uneventful new environment begins to chafe, a grisly series of so-called accidents gives him reason to suspect a strange conspiracy is afoot.
The deck-mounted linear winch for the job was rated to 450 tons, but because the three mooring anchors were extremely embedded in the sandy seabed, the effective tension on the chafe chain would have increased by an estimated 1.5-2 times the original 400 tons.
But longer fasteners can cause the cover chafe against the gearbox.