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  • Treasuries, instead of allowing their natural rolloff to passively decrease the money supply.

    Fed Outlook Weighs Down Street

  • The sandbags can be picked up from the rolloff box at the DPW site at New Jersey Avenue and K Street, SE (on the New Jersey Avenue side on the back lower level).

    HUFFPOST HILL - AUGUST 12TH, 2010

  • My bud went to the Trek factory and stepped out behind the building to smoke and noticed not one, or two, but dozens and dozens of giant rolloff dumpsters brimming with carbon framesets.

    The Cruelty of Fate: Victimized Velos

  • Now, runoff (2d round voting) is the most common practice, but runoff typically results in about 30% voter rolloff (not voting) from the first to second round, and only about 30% of the time does the initial leader lose in the second round.

    The case for instant runoff voting -- two more examples - BatesLine

  • Chose to not take: Morley/Tel-Ray oilcan echo (huge, plus even I feel that there is a diminishing return on layers of echo/chorus/reverb), E-H 16sec reissue (had four loopers without it), Moog phaser (a bit too subtle for what I wanted to do - the Moog ring mod isn't subtle), Moog lowpass filter (didn't want the boom-wah sound, or the rolloff tone).

    Laocoon AAR

  • In July, a rolloff container was placed in front of the court building.

    109590915000173699 « ResourceShelf

  • The Morley has an interesting rolloff of high frequencies similar to a lowpass cutoff filter, but the electrically-charged oil on the rotating disk used to store the echo has a liquid, elastic, almost sloshing quality to it.

    reverberations from the deep and the use of weapons #[RAND]

  • From a backlog perspective, we added approximately $1 billion in contract commitments net of backlog rolloff during 2011, including over $840 million net in the fourth quarter of 2011, resulting in total contract backlog of $13.7 billion at December 31, 2011.

  • I was wondering if we should expect the majority of that to rolloff exiting the March quarter?

  • Sound Devices 722 (24/48, 40 Hz rolloff @ 18dB/oct.)

    bt.etree.org

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