It's a private pressing of a German record.
Some yield to the pressing of the spirits, some don't.
It was actually a pressing of ABBAs The Visitors album.
A limited pressing of 1000 copies of Roboteering EP was implemented for the release.
And, except for the most pressing of pressing business, I'll be off grid for a week.
The original thousand copy pressing of P &D; is disbursed throughout the stereosphere.
The most pressing of which is to make sure that the Philippines comply with its obligations under the Rome statute.
Pressing of the Sciatica Nerve and inflammation of the surrounding areas of the Sciatica nerve leads to this disease.
It's politically the more pressing in some ways.
This, of course, is most pressing in countries with emerging dissident or separatist movements.
Chelsea's pressing in the first half seemed to disappear and we allowed United to come forward onto us.
In general, virtual buttons on screen are large enough, erroneous pressing in the recruitment process occur infrequently.
She said goodbye to the altar where she pounded out her daily rhythm, the pressing in and pushing down, the kneading, waiting, grinding.
Yet the military seem to be pressing for a large contingency.
More pressing for Mr Cardiff were the rapidly worsening finances of the State.
Forty years ago, such retirement tradeoffs, while always of some concern, were less pressing for Canada's retirees.
Decent high pressing on the ball.
First Sale Doctrine only applies to the first pressing on physical media.
It?? s always a heavy pressing on the diaphram, like a particularly nasty antacid build-up.
This is a first pressing from 1963.
Thankfully, a slice of luck and determined pressing from the Arsenal saw us take the lead in the 42nd minute.
Of all the tasks, the re-capitalization of the poor is the most pressing from the distributist point of view.
Something that seemed unique however was the pressing by many to reclaim America after 2008.
But this recurring consumer dilemma has become more pressing by our lack of spare cash at present.
This quest is made all the more pressing by palpable signs that global warming may indeed be more legitimate than we'd like to acknowledge.
Within the cosmeceutical sector, demands for constant improvement are bolstered, re-animated and made ever more pressing by the ongoing identification of biological malfunction.
It can range from massage and slow pressing to a quick thrust.
The urgency United showed in their pressing and we showed in ours against City shoulda been the urgency in our pressing at the weekend.
The larva then clings to the stalk and halts, seemingly dead but the adult is visible pressing against the inside.
Seybold on February 17, 2011 at 8:26 am It's not lucky that Barca runs out of gas after 65 minutes of furious pressing against Arsenal.
I can only afford the Korean pressing as the resale price of the u.
These will be all the more pressing as the Fund approaches its 2013 replenishment meeting.