from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
The size to which the roots are cut, peeling or nonpeeling of roots before processing, changing or nonchanging of fermentation water at intervals during processing, and the age of roots all affect the characteristics of the final product.
A metacompany that has become just a holding company of a nonchanging portfolio ought to sell at less than the sum of its parts.
I left the computer online overnight and found the next morning that 120 MB had transferred with only my nonchanging home page running.
The U.N. is incapable of action, so we must convince China, Russia, Japan and other regional nations to join in a multi-lateral, nonchanging plan that will incentify the people of the North to throw off this dictator.