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The liquid phase from a nano HPLC column is admitted from the capillary column port, where the connection tubing and the nebulizer are first introduced and sealed to prevent vacuum loss.

If we humidity dried core samples, (some of) the electrochemically bound CBW would be retained, but none of the
innovation of a hingeing tail has provided a surprisingly capacious, if oddly shaped, luggage area.

Her main task is weed clearance from shallow water which she does using her capacious mouth lowered down onto and dredged along the bed of the lake to scoop up the offending plants.

The Wellington's capacious bomb bay also meant that it could carry the 2,000- and subsequent 4,000lb bombs.

Eagerly, as a miser counting his gold, he unclasps the golden neck-band and puts it in his capacious pocket.

Adjoining this space there is a capacious storage facility for all consumable items as well as tools and learning and assessment materials.

You will all have to play a little game in order to get your hands on my capacious fortune.

The most famous is at kilpeck in Herefordshire, where a corbel high up on the outside of the church shows a stylised female, legs apart, her hands holding open a vagina that can only be described as capacious.

But then I read this gorgeous, sneakily modern homage to the capacious novels of the 19th century.

Emerging from her capacious kitchen, Ms. Ziff, a dancer, showed off an iPhone picture of Lillian, en route from her ballet class, in a sherbet-colored outfit designed by Mr. Siriano.

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