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SWERVESandia Winged Energetic Re-Entry Vehicle Experiment
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Now it takes one web developer less than half-time," explained Justin Pruskowski, VP of Development at SWERVE, "from an ROI point of view that's four times the savings.
I've had one driver swerve on to the kerb to escape a pothole - it can get very dangerous.
Opponents, including the Teamsters Union, worry that drivers forced to swerve around cyclists would place themselves on a collision course with oncoming traffic, especially on narrow roads.
Before she started work on Swerve, she happened to read Sea; Drugs and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto by Chuck Klosterman, and became determined to match its smarts and humor in her own book.
Bred by Alan and Mavis Gutteridge, owners of Mumble Swerve, and trained by Linda Jones, the white and brindle - a carbon-copy of his sire - showed trackcraft that belied his tender age.
As part of the project Superscape will integrate its Swerve Client, Swerve Author and Swerve Applications 3D enabling software - designed in conjunction with ARM - with the PowerVR MBX graphics core from Imagination.
In the Post's story, one might muse, did the car merely speed in a bee-line onto the field, or did it swerve, as Cromer suggests, out of control, perhaps while at speed, perhaps not?
Ultimately the nature of the swerve is affected by the initial orientation of the ball before it is kicked.
A HAT-TRICK from Anthony Phoenix helped Beaumont Accountancy Nomads A to a 5-5 draw with Swerve A in the first division of the Middlesbrough and District Table Tennis League.
Colonel Jamal Al Banna, Acting Director of Dubai Traffic Police, said that bus drivers and young Emirati motorists are the two groups that tend to swerve suddenly or frequently change lanes and caused many casualties last year.
Driver David Laurent said he had to swerve to miss a small white car going unusually slowly as he entered the tunnel - and seconds later heard "insistent hooting, braking and a loud crash" behind him as he left it.
Tyler invites her readers to swerve from the tried and true by veering into their destinies and becoming leaders in their destinies one-woman parades.