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  • n. Plural form of focuser.


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  • I also have to admit that, as a Zenith alum, I was often disappointed about the lack of political and diplomatic history offered in the History Dept., particularly by the Americanists--interestingly, the Europeanists are largely political historians while off the top of my head the Americanists are three cultural historians, two African American focusers one of whom doubles as an intellectual historian, and a labor/political historian.

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  • But it provides her with short-term memory support, and attention focusers ....

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  • As he points out, there are three main considerations for such a solar collector modeled after natural insect and plant spine-like absorbers and focusers.

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  • Much of the growth in the company's operations is tied to its 2007 acquisition of Starlight Instruments, a global leader in producing telescope focusers.

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  • Equinox Image controls Santa Barbara Instrument Group (SBIG) CCD cameras (grey scale and color) and Optec, RoboFocus, JMI and Motor Focus focusers.

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  • is a universal application to control Santa Barbara Instrument Group (SBIG) CCD cameras (grey scale and color) and Optec or RoboFocus focusers.

    MacUpdate - Mac OS X


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