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She wore a hat of singular gracefulness, and abundantly laden with flowers, such as never grew in the rude soil of New England, but which, with all their fanciful luxuriance, had a natural truth that it seemed impossible for the most fertile imagination to have attained without copying from real prototypes.
When a remembered event has a remembered context, this may occur in two ways, either (a) by successive images in the same order as their prototypes, or (b) by remembering a whole process simultaneously, in the same way in which a present process may be apprehended, through akoluthic sensations which, by fading, acquire the mark of just-pastness in an increasing degree as they fade, and are thus placed in a series while all sensibly present.
Designs and manufactures injection, compression and blow molds for automotive prototype and production tooling including part-design support.
The same sand composition that will be used when and if a prototype needs to be manufactured in bulk is used to create the sand blocks that are machined into cores and molds.
The prototype tags function just as the current RFID tags but with one added benefit--it phones home from any position around the world," said Mark Lieberman, Defense Distribution Center Supply Management specialist.
In terms of rigidity, the prototype has a material strength about 10 times that of those from ThermoJet, but about a quarter to a third of the strength of the parts made from stereolithography.
The first version, simply called Prototype, was produced for a Ryman retrospective exhibition in Munich at the Haus der Kunst in December 2000; Prototype II was essentially a reinstallation of the Munich panels at the Kunstmuseum Bonn, with some modifications, when the show traveled there in 2001.
Employers that currently maintain or have ever maintained a qualified plan covering the same participants cannot rely on the standardized plan's opinion letter unless the two plans are part of a paired plan from the same prototype sponsor.
infants perceived the English prototype as identical to its variants (as evidenced by the lack of a head turn) on two-thirds of all trials; in contrast, they perceived the Swedish prototype as identical to its variants on half the trials.
The number of prototype test runs necessary varied by organization.
Within a month, the casting company produced 40 prototype parts measuring 7.
Although computational fluid dynamics (CED) is having the effect of reducing the number of prototypes that must be built of things like air intake manifolds, as Jorg Gerken, managing director of rpm rapid product modellbau GmbH (Helmstedt, Germany), notes "Despite the fact that these programs are of great value, they still cannot represent reality to 100%.
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- Prototype Air Reporting And Ground Operations Node
- Prototype Aircraft Designation
- Prototype Bomber
- Prototype Carbon Fund
- Prototype Cargo
- Prototype Carrier Operational Test & Evaluation Site
- Prototype Closed Loop Development Installation
- Prototype Closed Loop System
- Prototype Closed Loop Test
- Prototype Communications Satellite
- Prototype Debug Tool
- Prototype Decision-aid Utilities
- Prototype Development and Risk Reduction
- Prototype Development Unit
- Prototype Educational Tools for Systems and Software
- Prototype Engine Demonstration
- Prototype Engineering Information System
- Prototype Environment for Active Rule Debugging
- Prototype Equipment Development Laboratory
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- Prototype Fast Reactor
- Prototype Fast Reactor
- Prototype Fighter
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