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It requires no polishing; however, dirt nibs can be buffed immediately after cooldown.
Lower rates could arrest the cooldown in China's once red-hot property market, where fizzling growth is increasingly dragging on the broader economy, sapping demand for housing-related products from appliances and furniture to cement and steel.
In addition, it can be buffed in less than one hour after cooldown if required.
The six-piece fitness station, which is available to the park's employees hroughout the spring and summer months, has been designed to assist with toning work, cardio fitness, resistance training and cooldowns.
The meat of the book covers nutrition, warmup and cooldown, the role of aerobic vs.
Attention to the fascia--connective tissue found around, within, and between the joints--is gaining popularity among runners and other exercise enthusiasts who want to go deeper during warm-up and cooldown for maximum flexibility, road readiness, and recovery.
Pre-set valves play a key role in NuScale Power's recently announced technological breakthrough whereby its module does not require any electrical power to be able to achieve safe cooldown should the need arise.
Analysts at Commerzbank agreed, saying current estimates for demand could "prove too optimistic given the swift economic cooldown in the West": "We are therefore sceptical that the price of oil can sustain such strength under a worsening fundamental climate.