M85


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M8585 percent / 15 percent unleaded gasoline
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When the temperature drops to -25 oC, M85 system of the solution was still the homogeneous and clear state.
Weight Velocity Deviation Group Gun/Cartridge (gr.) (fps) (fps) (in.) Zastava PAP M85 NP/.223 Rem.
Gone Fishin' Object Galaxy Type Surface Brightness Mag(v) Size M98 Spiral 13.6 10.1 9.5' x 3.2' M99 Spiral 13.2 9.9 5.4' x 4.8' Ml 00 Spiral 13.4 9.3 7.4' x 6.3' M85 Lenticular 13.0 9.1 7.1' x 5.2' M84 Lenticular 13.0 9.1 6.5' x 5.6' M86 Lenticular 13.2 8.9 8.9' x 5.8' NGC 4435 Barred spiral 12.5 10.9 2.4' x 1.4' NGC 4438 Spiral 13.6 10.0 8.5' x 3.2' M88 Spiral 13.0 9.6 7.0' x 4.0' M91 Barred spiral 13.4 10.2 5.4' x 4.4' M87 Elliptical 13.0 8.6 7.2' x 6.8' M58 Barred spiral 13.1 9.7 5.5' x 4.5' M89 Elliptical 12.5 9.8 5.1' x 4.7' M90 Spiral 13.4 9.5 9.5' x 4.5' M59 Elliptical 12.9 9.6 5.0' x 3.5' M60 Elliptical 12.9 8.8 7.0' x 6.0' M49 Elliptical 13.2 8.4 9.0' x 7.5' M61 Barred spiral 13.4 9.7 6.0' x 5.5' Object RA Dec.
(53) Israel Military Industries (IMI) developed the M85 which it claims
In Figure 4, we show 10 simulated sample paths of m80,t, m85,t, and m90,t on the basis of the nonparametric method we proposed.
The most northerly galaxy of the group is M85, which is still actually in Coma Berenices.
"As a result of the collateral damage and international condemnation, and ahead of a potential new conflict with Hizbollah, the IDF has decided to evaluate the M85 bomblet manufactured by the government-owned Israeli Military Industries (IMI)," The Jerusalem Post reported.
AoAs a result of the collateral damage and international condemnation, and ahead of a potential new conflict with Hizbullah, the IDF has decided to evaluate the M85 bomblet manufactured by the government-owned Israeli Military Industries (IMI),Ao The Jerusalem Post reported.
"Ahead of a potential new conflict with Hezbollah, the IDF has decided to evaluate the M85 bomblet manufactured by the Israeli Military Industries," reports the Jerusalem Post.
One gallon of M85 has only 56 per cent of the energy of one gallon of gasoline, while E85 has 71 per cent.
(88) In addition to the small-scale use of indigenous M85 bomblets, (89) there was extensive use of U.S.-made CMs delivered by U.S.-made 155mm artillery shells, Multiple Launch Rocket System's (MLRS) M26 rockets, and--albeit on a limited scale--Vietnam-era aerially delivered bombs (CBU-58B).