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PINGSPassive Intelligent Navigation and Guidance System
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"Them times is past, like roping bear with Bill Ping. There ain't no more bear."
I fancied I could hear the steel hawser ping as it surged across the Diana's forecastle, with the hands on board of her bolting away from it in all directions.
The tap- ping had stopped as unexpectedly as it had begun, and there was a renewed moment of intolerable sus- pense; something like an additional turn of the racking screw.
According to CNN, the Navy's deputy director of ocean engineering Michael Dean said that almost all authorities universally are of the opinion that the pings did not come from the onboard data or cockpit voice recorders but instead it come from some other man-made source unrelated to the jetliner that disappeared on March 8.
Michael Dean, deputy director of ocean engineering of the Navy, said the pings came from other man-made sources not related to the jet that mysteriously disappeared on March 8 and until now remains without a trace.
Chu, general manager of Savills Taipei branch, noted the management fee for Beijing's high-tier properties reaches between NT$300 (US$9.43) and NT$500 (US$15.72) per ping, doubled that in Taipei.
For the Pings, they hope to not only educate parents, but also fill a niche in the market by offering certified care.
Old availability does pings from your NOC (network operations center) to key points on the infrastructure.