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SKIDStep-Kid
SKIDShotokan Karate International Deutschland (Germany)
SKIDSheila Kothavala Institute for the Deaf (India)
SKIDSecret Key Identification (cryptography)
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"One way to prepare for the deteriorating driving conditions over the coming months is by honing your skills on a skid pan, where experienced instructors teach drivers how to recover a car from a skid in a safe and controlled environment.
Inline analytical measurements are connected directly to the skid controller for closed-loop quality control on critical quality attributes.
Instead of having the dealer come and get the skid steer, Wayne used a hydraulic hose to raise the boom.
Pivoting pucks within the back jogger turn down to the skids, ensuring the bottom sheets of the pile do not drift out of position because of variation in pallet height.
Average soil bulk density on the skid trail has been measured as minimum 0.923 g [cm.sup.-3] to maximum 1.405 g [cm.sup.-3] and 0.815 g [cm.sup.-3] in the undisturbed area.
The first thing you might notice when you climb into a skid steer is that it's almost impossible to see behind you.
Activists also demanded more mental health services and measures to protect homeless residents on skid row.
"The sooner and the quicker you deal with a skid, the easier it is to control it," he said.
The R135, R150 and R165 radial-lift skid loaders fall into the mid-frame category, bringing unparalleled versatility to the jobsite.
The researcher studied the effects of Skid Roads on Diameter, Height, and Volume Growth in Douglas-fir and results showed that total tree volumes per hectare for skid roads, transition zones, and undisturbed areas were 34.1, 97.2, and 128.9 [m.sup.3]; stand densities were 693, 974, and 1,180 stems/ha, respectively.