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  • MINOS - Main Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search, As you may well have noticed I like to mix languages from time to time.

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  • And in the same way that “Bones” used his hypospray to painlessly pass medicine through the skin, modern day product design has brought us the Jet Injector.

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  • While the latest advances in shaving remain big sellers on Drugstore. com Inc., unit sales of hard-to-find blades including the Schick Injector and Wilkinson Sword increased in 2009 over the year before.

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  • Injector pump speed governor problem, we inquired?

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  • Injector pump speed governor problem, we inquired?

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  • At the Tevatron, though, the challenge was to get a high enough proton-antiproton collision rate to make the Higgs, and so the whole Fermilab complex underwent a major upgrade in the late 1990s, adding a new Main Injector to get more beam into the Tevatron, and numerous improvements to the rest of the machines.

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  • From the Dial-O-Matic to the Flavor Injector to spray-on hair, you've come up with such a wide range of household and personal products.

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  • Yesterday the MINOS experiment at Fermilab (Main Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search) released their first results.

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  • Injector kiers consist of a hollow, upright iron cylinder made of plates riveted together; the top is made to lift off, but can be fastened down tightly by means of bolts and nuts as shown in the drawing.

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  • Injector kiers are made to work either under a pressure of 40 lb. to 50 lb. of steam per square inch, when they are called high-pressure kiers, or at a pressure of 15 lb. to 20 lb., when they are called low-pressure kiers.

    The Dyeing of Cotton Fabrics A Practical Handbook for the Dyer and Student

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