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Patient care The directing by a physician or health care worker of an 'unattached' Pt to a particular physician or group for followup after being seen in an emergency room or other neutral health care setting. See Unattached patient. Cf Flipping.
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- compact sweeper 1.5 - 3.0 cbm container volume, - new vehicle, - swap body, - all-wheel steering, - front view, - two-arm broom system.
To get into position, operators used the all-wheel steering system to carefully edge the Grove crane around the job site's various obstacles.
With Renault's 4Control all-wheel steering system and the choice of Sport or Cup chassis the Megane RS will have the most powerful 1.8-litre engine currently available, developing 280bhp.
Four damping systems will be available including adaptive air suspension and the option of all-wheel steering.
The electronic all-wheel steering vehicle is able to perform 360[degrees] turns and offers handling heights ranging from 0.19m to 7m.
In addition, Oshkosh's optional All Steer electronic all-wheel steering reduces vehicle turning radius by up to one-third, Oshkosh said.
The entry level RLX with Precision All-Wheel Steering, or P-AWS, and the 2018 RLX Sport Hybrid are priced from USD54,900 and USD61,865 respectively.
Buyers will be offered an optional driving dynamics package comprising three technology modules: sport differential, electromechanical active roll stabilisation and all-wheel steering.
It features the new A8's stiffer chassis and all-wheel steering system.
Audi says its dynamic all-wheel steering, in which the rear wheels can turn up to five degrees, makes the large coupe extremely responsive and stable.
Contract notice: delivery of 2 compact sweepers with a container volume of category 2 m 3 and all-wheel steering