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  • n. Plural form of equipment.


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  • The particular occasion here alluded to by the bishop arose out of the first attempts to effect the disembarkation of the military stores and equipments from the French shipping, as also to forward them when landed.

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  • And other "equipments" -- (of which I've been told)!

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  • "There are whole lot of new equipments, which is being thought of for Para Special Forces modernisation, especially in view of the fact that asymmetric warfare, and fourth generation warfare is a matter of concern and from that perspective we are trying to modernize entire Para Forces," said the Army Chief during the paratroopers reunion hosted by the Parachute Brigade here on Tuesday. News Feed

  • But nowadays with the recognition of so many new equipments, that is the nanny cams, this is an easy job.


  • The equipments are the essential requirement of the agricultural activities.

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  • The system complies with the recent aeronautical certification rules and with the most advanced technical and industrial directives for this kind of equipments, regarding both hardware and software.

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  • - As you prepare to go on that great adventure into the woods and discover nature at its finest then you will need all the camping gear necessary and the best place to get this kind of equipments as well as supplies is at the camping stores.


  • Author: Richard BarthalloIf you are interested in starting your own emergency cleaning service, there are several books that are available online These books will inform you on what kind of equipments you will need and the skills you will need to learn to be able to put up a successful cleaning company In these uncertain times, this business venture could be very lucrative if the right decisions and business proposals are made One book you can read is entitled, "Cleaning Up For A Living" by Don Aslett It basically talks about how the emergency cleaning service industry has become a multi-billion dollar industry and how it is one of the easiest businesses to enter since you don't need a huge amount of capital Furthermore, it offers an average of 30% in returns, tax advantage benefits and a potential career in other fields The book is based on Don Aslett's personal experience, having built a $120 million company from humble beginnings Aslett's specializes in making bids to make a good and substantial profit His simple bid table tips are highly effective and useful for first-time learners The company he started which is called Varsity Contractors is a testament to his success and one good reason for you to read this book Another book you look into is called

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  • Widespread use of natural gas in cars and trucks could hurt chemical producers' access to a cheap feedstock used to make products ranging from plastics to parts for consumer-electronics equipments.

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  • A few years from now, as selling routers and other low-margin network equipments becomes a commodity, I trust most profits will come from this new business division.

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