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see sudden death in chickens.
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The factory supplied, folding, rear sight features zero to 200-yard, flipover apertures and is adjustable for windage only, elevation being controlled by the front sight.
Boosted by premium music features including DNSe sound, music hot keys and motion control, this mobile also features innovative motion detectors, allowing you to shake, tap and flipover the mobile to control your music.
Cameras feature 12x digital zoom, 360-degree continuous rotation, and 180-degree flipover to follow objects.
Carrying a delicate strap made of clear blue latex, the clasp is a flipover design, making the whole strip smooth to the touch and free of the gimmicky gadgetry they are famed for.
33) There appears to be no reason in principle why all such flipover sequences from Equilibrium I to Equilibrium II could not be graphed the same way, though empirical evidence can often be quite refractory to the use of any statistical method.
40) At the level of electoral politics and party structure, the flipover phase was concentrated in the years 1964 to 1972--again a span of eight years.
But the changes themselves were in my view clearly an integral part of a flipover affecting the entire political order and producing a subsequent equilibrium in which the Supreme Court enjoyed a particular kind of hegemony never seen before or since.
Jones have observed in their impressive account of the rise, maintenance, and destruction of policy monopolies where interest groups play a central role, these flipovers are generally marked by the sudden replacement of negative-feedback conditions by positive-feedback ones.
She came up to me and asked: "Nanny, can I have one of those flipover cakes"?