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The dusky streaks crossing the surface of the planet Jupiter, and supposed to be openings in his atmosphere.
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Leathern suspenders of different sorts and for various purposes, viz.: sword belts, to which swords hang; shoulder or cross belts, broad leathern belts, crossing from the right shoulder, and to which the pouch is affixed; and leathern straps fixed round the waist, by which a sword or bayonet is suspended.
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The numerical value of belts in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of belts in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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We are still in the process of looking at whether to use tape or belts to secure the device to the stomach. However, many elderly people are concerned about skin chafing. So we are looking at how to secure the device safely and solidly.
People give all sorts of reasons for not wearing their seat belts, some say they’re uncomfortable, some believe myths that seat belts cause more serious injuries, others just don’t want to be told what to do by the government.
We've seen a huge amount of success in the past few decades, but when you look at belts, booze and speed those are some persistent problems.
It's sort of like getting in the car. We wore our seat belts. It would have been more shocking for Susan to have gotten HIV than to have not.
We do not believe that trial judges can use stun belts to enforce decorum.
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