XFE


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XFECrossfire Edition
XFEX Front End
XFEXtra Fuel Economy (General Motors)
XFEParent, Quebec, Canada - Parent / via Rail Service (Airport Code)
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The Agilent Seahorse XFe Analyzers simultaneously measure the two-major cellular energy-producing pathways mitochondrial respiration and glycolysisin live cells, in real time.
The garnet core isopleths (XMn, XFe, XCa) uniquely interest in the Grt-Bt-Pl-Chl field at 4.0-4.2 kbar/495-500oC.
Figure 5 plots the time series for 12-month k-core inflation and XFE. Although Tables 1 and 2 indicate that k-core inflation is generally less volatile than XFE, Figure 5 shows that this volatility ranking is heavily influenced by the first few years of the sample, when PCE inflation was often above 5 percent.
Median inflation fell by more than XFE inflation from 2007 to 2010, reflecting a higher initial level: in 2007, median inflation was about 3 percent per year and XFE inflation was 2 percent.
Engineers focused on borrowing from GM's parts bin to reduce the weight of the XFE models by upwards of 150 lbs.
More importantly, though, the standard errors from the XFE model are much larger.
The automaker had equipped the badging to market the 21 mpg highway rating and to keep pace with rival General Motors' XFE nameplate.
And with a newly introduced version of the Cobalt, the XFE, which provides a class-leading 25 city/36 highway MPG, the Cobalt will become the Little Car that Can.
Auto Business News-1 May 2008-Chevrolet to launch Cobalt XFE in US(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk