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This likely sounds like a nightmare to watch if you’re more or less living it, but The Pink Cloud is haunting and riveting in the best way.
Fortunately, those shortcomings have been successfully addressed in the riveting second season.
Yet, the memoir is, also, a riveting account of Chasten’s life.
This process of forming the second head on the rivet is known as riveting, and may be done by hand-hammering or by a machine.
This support may be made stationary by riveting it to the back, or hinged, which is much better, as is shown at E and F.
COPPER WORKAUGUSTUS F. ROSE
The flues are usually constructed by riveting sheets together, as in making the shell or outer portion.
Seven-sixteenth-inch plates, re-riveting, frame-pieces and all the various items Lloyds could hit upon as needful.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
Still there are others, plenty of others, enough to satisfy even Knott's greed of riveting broken human crockery.
No painter ever before succeeded in so riveting the attention of spectators in the presence of death.
We were riveting on a high building, where the roof came up in a steep slant from each side to a ridge at the top.

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