There is a winding path to the top known as Gui Jian Chou (“Even the Devil is Terrified”) as well as a chairlift (20 minutes each way).
Since then, three justices have left the court, two of them from the pro-chairside.
Formway Furniture's LIFE chairdesign is an example of how this uniqueness can be leveraged to achieve commercial and export success."
These were shoulder pain at rest, range of active motion abduction and flexion, shoulder pain on motion, hand to neck, hand to scapula, isometric shoulder endurance, neck rotation, hand grip strength, flexibility of the low back and hamstrings using the sit-and-reach method, chairtest (number of times a subject could stand up in a minute), and a six-minute walk.
They swing chairlegs, pipes and mop handles.
“Address your remarks to the chair” illustrates metonymy, a figure of speech in which something is called by the name of something else associated with it.
A chairingrole is elected annually Complaints Board Complaints on receipt are reviewed to see if they should proceed.
When it comes to choosing a chairergonomics should always prevail over aesthetics.
This could range from basic single curves to ergonomic seating, to a full U-bend chair and table legs, through to the assembled laminated chairframes ready for upholstering.
To achieve the above, adjust your chairheight and footstool if necessary.
With its unique six-seater chairlif abundant dry snow and wide open spaces, this field is hard to better.
The Chairpeople of the Council are selected as Head Boy and Head Girl.
If you have any suggestions about enhancing the use of the site, please contact Gary or your Branch Chairperson who will pass on your ideas via Pip Jamieson to Executive.
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But when Pedro Medina's head caught fire during his March 1997 execution, the Florida Supreme Court ordered the Department of Corrections to write down its electric chairprotocol, previously just a folksy word-of-mouth operation in Q Wing.
It was reasonably flat so I had this wave of confidence only to be instantly dashed by my gloved hand which proceeded to get caught in the chairrail.
An invitation was extended to the Council to attend the Domainz AGM on 10thJuly at 17:30.Link to Public Part of Domainz chairreport.
The chairshares where, for fear of glare, he dares not Nair.
The 1946 plywood chair designed by Charles Eames grew from experiments he made in 1940 with Eero Saarinen in moulding chairshells with compound curves.
The doctors all said my stroke was caused from my time in the ring and one too many chairshots to the head.
The board chairsurveys staff each year to identify any issues for consideration.
It has to be said that many of the chairsvictims of thc last few decades could be categorised as 'high risk' anyway.
Federated Farmers North Canterbury branch chairwoman Pam Richardson said farmers would be putting their cheque books away, "and thinking very carefully before they come to the cities and buy.
A mile east, the Small Potala Temple (Putuozongshengmiao), the largest at Chengde, evokes the Dalai Lama’s Potala Palace in Lhasa and is so steep a climb (164 steps) that sedan-chaircarriers do a brisk trade with weary tourists.
Relax here at the breakfast bar, at the table or in cane lounge chaircomfort as meals are prepared and enjoyed.
We compare boat and chairconfigurations of glucose.
Working with these figures, statistics show that 6 in every 10,000 people over the age of eighteen, suffer spinal injuries that result in wheel chairconfinement.
Floral centrepieces can be arranged, as can placecards and menus, chaircovers and sashes.
But the defining philanthropist of our time is not a university builder or an art collector or a chairendower.
The lieutenant governor presides over the Senate, appoints the Senate's committees and committeechairs, controls the flow of bills to the floor, and co-chairs the powerful Legislative Budget Board.
Lefty, an "animal lover," reclines on a ghastly blue-green loungechair in a red sweat suit, watching videotapes of gazelles being pounced on and devoured by lions.
The fort is rarely open, but join the locals who settle down in the surrounding park with deckchairs and binoculars to watch the nautical and aeronautical activity.
John Boehner, a slick but likable Ohioan whochairs the House Republican Conference, is as adept at playing the Washington game as is DeLay--befriending reporters, making goo-goo eyes at lobbyists, passing around campaign contributions on the House floor, etc.
The reader has no idea what to make of learning that, for example, the vicechair of the House Republican Conference is challenging the Majority Leader.
Working with these figures, statistics show that 6 in every 10,000 people over the age of eighteen, suffer spinal injuries that result in wheelchair confinement.
Another bank executive (currently under suspension) who handled the bank's Russian accounts is married to a man who once worked as 1) Russia's IMF representative and 2) the deputychair of a now-defunct Moscow bank (also targeted by the investigation).
In 1992, a commissionchaired by Andrew Cuomo, now the federal housing secretary, released a study showing that up to 30 percent of single homeless men suffered from severe mental illness, and 65 percent used drugs or alcohol.
As you observe, you yourself--the departmentchair in English at a major university--find it hard to understand the math talk of your colleagues.
It was reserved for the emperor’s sedanchair.
Lengthy fiction can come with a recliningchair.
The fact that you yourself have experienced both positions relative to the diningchair lends authority to your opinion.
The other sort of masculinity she calls "ornamental," and it is just that, the ornaments of cigars/leatherchairs/Porsches/babes that festoon the pages of Details , Esquire , and the New York Times "Men's Fashions" supplement.
Decorated in a romantic roses-of-Devon style, wickerchairs, roses pictures, private balcony over courtyard.
); Americans bring up their children, as the British do, but they also raise or rear them; AE has both curtains and drapes , but they are different things: BE uses curtains for what AE speakers call drapes ; AE has both deck chair and beachchair , not, as implied, the latter instead of the former; likewise, AE has dressing gown as well as robe and bathrobe , but a dressing gown is more likely to be somewhat fancier; Americans know many games of solitaire , of which patience is just one; both crayfish and crawfish are used in AE, and it is about time that the old (British) fiction that Americans say railroad for what the British call a railway was put to rest: for at least two generations, one of the biggest companies in the US was called Railway Express .
12.2 Voting at a General Meeting or a meeting of the Council of the Society shall be by voice, show of hands or ballot at the discretion of the personchairing the meeting.
"LIFE is designed to lift people's expectations of their officechairs by offering more benefits at an accessible price.
A copy of the Constitution is held by each branchchair.
"Discussions have progressed through the day and some matters have been tabled for consideration over night," said Finsec councilchair Murray Scott.
She has a very spacious cockpit, comfortable gamechair and three game poles.
She recalled that in the first Camp David sessionchaired by the President, Rumsfeld asked what the administration should do about Iraq.
Invacare showerchairs provide comfort and safety in the bathtub.
Arq is easy for you to specify, with a full range of task, meeting and sidechairs.
Heads turn at other desks as big-band music strikes up and the Diet Coke drinker spins away in his deskchair.
Highlights: an entirely white painting by Robert Ryman hanging in an old coal bin and a three-story steelchair by Marina Abramovic.
Legislation requiring USPS to place its nonmonopoly products under the control of a separate, profit-making organization is pending in a House subcommitteechaired by John McHugh, R-N.Y.
Of course it's a coincidence, but the president of that company is a former state financechair for GOP presidential hopeful George W. Bush.
Peter Knight was simultaneously a lobbyist for the company and a fund-raiser for both the Gore campaign and the universitychair.
He took off his glasses, polishing them on a handkerchief, his eyelids dropping to squint upwards into the photograph, into the face of the bearded man whose hand gripped the back of the canechair so firmly.
The mighty vet testing a manukachair.
This is a fully clothed massage performed sitting in a massagechair or using a desk attachment.
In late April the ARC met with concerned groups and local residents from Piha and Karekare, as well as adventure tourism operators, at a meetingchaired by Parks Committee chair Bill Burrill.
Elderly denizens relax on metalchairs (for which you are supposed to pay) and watch the passing parade.
One has provisions for mobilitychairs etc.
I occupied the smallest room on the second (its curved sash window looked out upon railroad tracks) that barely accommodated a studio bed, an overstuffed dun-colored mohairchair and a metal clothes closet.
The Easi-Rise serves an additional need for those who have wanted a motionchair but, until now, have found these chairs difficult to operate.
Designed with balance and movement principles in mind, the main goal of the MOVEchair was to encourage a series of healthy, comfortable postures easily adopted by the user.
British papers Friday were dominated by a new crisis in the Northern Ireland peace negotiationschaired by former Sen. George Mitchell.
Don’t miss the huge wooden 14th-century oakchair in the print room, called by one expert “the most important antique in Mallorca.
Outdoorchairs are usually larger than indoor ones, and need around one metre from the table for comfortable movement.
Thus, by analogy, many Americans make tamale , instead of the correct tamal , the singular of tamales .... By the same analogy, equipal , the splint and leather patiochair so popular in Mexico, becomes equipale ....” The second explanation is possible, though numerous Spanish words end in a consonant and I don't know how the two explanations could be verified.
The 1946 plywoodchair designed by Charles Eames grew from experiments he made in 1940 with Eero Saarinen in moulding chair shells with compound curves.
A stackable, polypropylenechair which comes in a range of colours.
Aft are two pushpitchairs, to add space and provide great views.
Even in his last days in the hospital, he took a liking to a Ukrainian-born doctor and used to refer to him as "Suvorov," after the Russian general written of glowingly in War and Peace-- which still sits on the table next to his readingchair, with his notes on little pieces of paper in it.
The minor parties have been lobbying to get extra roleschairing select committees and National has suggested Labour will share around these positions because it no longer has enough experienced people, due to the size of the executive.
With its unique six-seaterchair lif abundant dry snow and wide open spaces, this field is hard to better.