The copper output was of slight importance until 1889 - $ 1, 457,749 in 1905, and $1,544,918 in 1907; and that of zinc was nil until 1902, when discoveries made it possible to rework for this metal enormous dumps of waste material about the mines, and in 1906 the zinc output was valued at $5,304,884.
rework of an earlier theme.
Carey opted to rework this Jackson 5 classic with the help of Trey Lorenz.
rework almost completely eliminated.
If you don't like the way a poem has turned out, rework it by switching lines around and adding words.
A composer and/or lyricist might need to rework the text to help it to coalesce with a melody.
Like many of today 's fashions however, it was nothing new, just a rework of an earlier theme.
Improved output quality, with rework almost completely eliminated.
Not only are they great for babies, but you can often rework a typical animal theme as your child grows.
If plans do need to change, rework your schedule as soon as possible eliminating the possibility of falling back into a situation of poor time management.
A year later, she released a rework of her debut album, called I Wanna Be with You, which reviewers still criticized, claiming it was a not a true follow-up album.
The information available about this vehicle may change as the designers and engineers rework the design in the time until its production.
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