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SVXSilicon Vertex Chip
SVXShifted Vertex Data
SVXEkaterinburg, Russia (Airport Code)
SVXEkaterinburg, Russia - Ekaterinburg (Airport Code)
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Over all years of production, about 25 thousand copies of SVX were sold.
The Discovery SVX would have been the first of an SVX family of vehicles produced at Ryton.
Land Rover, a subsidiary of Tata Motors Limited (NYSE: TTM), has withdrawn plans to develop the Discovery SVX.
John Edwards, managing director of Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations, said, 'The SVAutobiography badge identifies our most luxurious vehicles in the same way the SVR and SVX monikers denote our most potent and capable derivatives.
The SVX will sit alongside the Range Rover Sport SVR and Range Rover SVAutobiography, which are hallmarks for outstanding on-road performance and supreme luxury respectively.
The model, described as "the ultimate all-terrain Discovery" is the first Land Rover to be bestowed with an SVX badge and will be produced at the firm's Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) centre in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, near Coventry.
By contrast, obligatory XVS constructions are obligatorily triggered by certain fixed preverbal constituents, and are not replaceable in context by a comparable clause with SVX canonical word-order because this is grammatically unavailable or conveys a different meaning, as illustrated in (2)-(3) (2).
The SVX appears to embody SVO boss John Edwards' belief that there is an attractive customer base for hardcore 4x4s.
Detonation gun method was used to apply the coatings of Stellite-6 and Stellite-21 on the boiler steel substrate at SVX Powder M Surface Engineering Pvt.
A digital lock-in amplifier (SR 830) and a 500WXenon lamp (SVX 1450) were used to characterize the spectral response.
Designed to handle 40 x 48-inch pallets weighing up to 2,200 pounds, the new SVX automatic guided vehicle operates at a maximum speed of 90 meters per minute.
Notice, however, that a good number of TCs cannot be regarded as variants or mere transformations of basic SVX utterances (3).