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Not only is he an extremely fine specimen - witness, Lord of the Rings - and an extremely fine actor - witness, Eastern Promises - but he has a brand new film, The Road, out this week.
These were extremely fine men and ITN is an extremely fine organisation,' he said on the fifth day of the inquest into Mr Lloyd's death near Basra on March 22 2003.
Under these conditions, the application of heat causes the Inconel to become an extremely fine mist that adheres to the glass surfaces.
The aluminium structure was designed to extremely fine tolerances (+ or -0.
VITOSS is a resorbable calcium phosphate scaffold that is highly porous and composed of extremely fine calcium phosphate mineral that allows for resorption, cell seeding and ingrowth of host bone.
Making use of special rollers that cold work the metal surface, the Sugino line of Superoll burnishing tools can burnish the inside or outside diameters of any bored, reamed, or turned workpiece to produce an extremely fine, wear-resistant finish down to 4 microinch or less.
Say what you like about United but this must rank as the best of their five triumphs in the 1990s, the Reds having seen off the challenge of two extremely fine sides in Arsenal and Chelsea.
Extremely fine nucleation is said to result when the melt is allowed to expand.