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If DWM and Georg Luger couldn't make it larger, they'd find something else (shades of the U.S.
(2) Concerning run time, as expected, online classifier like OCBoost requires the most time for classification, following by DWM, and RDP is the least time-consuming.
The cause of DWM is unknown; it develops early in utero, during the embryonic stage (fifth-sixth week post conception) and is described as an error in the development of the rhombencephalon, leading to atresia of the foramina of the fourth ventricle and delayed opening of the foramen of Magendie (6).
Psychomotor developmental delay and mental retardation have been mentioned frequently in DWM patients in the literature (7,8,9,10).
We herein presented an infantile case of an acquired form of DWM associated with cerebellar hemorrhage in the neonatal period, which ultimately compressed the brainstem in the late infantile period.
The name Parabellum is derived from the Latin: Si vis pacem, para bellum ("If you seek peace, prepare for war"), which was the motto of DWM. I have shot thousands of rounds through 9mms--including Glocks, Smith & Wessons, SIGs, Kahrs and a P38--and only one of the Kahrs was picky about shooting hollowpoints.
In late March, assessments of approximately one-third of the DWM's sewer system in DeKalb County were in progress, and the DWM estimated that upon completion, 15 to 30 percent of the system's components would need rehabilitation or capacity upsizing prior to June 2020.
Meanwhile, there was demonstrated hypoplasia of the cerebellar vermis and cystic dilatation of an enlarged fourth ventricle, which are consistent with a diagnosis of DWM [Figure 2].
In recent years, the 4.45 MN DWM started to show similar indications of damage as had earlier been observed in the two other DWMs of similar chain-loading design.
The present work was carried out at south Sinai Experimental Research Station (RasSuder city) which belongs to the Desert Research Center, Egypt, to investigate the utilization enhancement of date waste meal (DWM as a non-conventional feedstuff on growth performance of Muscovy ducklings.
In the 1890s he was employed by DWM and given the task of modifying the Borchardt pistol so as to make it more attractive to potential buyers.
Although his fliers list his status as "DWM,'' or divorced white male, Mr.
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