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- process is often called 'rebonding' in some countries from southeast asia (e.g. singapore, malaysia and philippines). the term 'rebonding' was first used by
- rebonds is a composition for solo percussion by gr**** composer iannis xenakis. it was composed between 1987 and 1989 and, together with psappha, is one
- free and escapes. it travels from host to host trying to find eddie and rebond with him. meanwhile, eddie and ellis escape, and as the other five symbiotes
- capitaine, en remplacement d'Éric deblicker.' richard gasquet, les faux rebonds d'un prodige (in french) en terrain privé – libération 21 may 2007 – a
- apart from one another and better able to rebond at room temperature with almost the same strength. the rebonding can be repeated. stretchy, self-healing
- mun seeing her divorced father again, ling leaving the family, and kit rebonding with his mother. just when mun and kit are closer than ever, fate turns
- inlibroveritas ; le grand livre de la tendresse, albin michel, 2002 ; le rebond économique de la france – 85 innovateurs, acteurs de la croissance et de
- greater demand on the performer due to this unique style. together with rebonds, composed between 1987 and 1989, psappha is one of the two compositions