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A non-SI (International System) unit of acceleration equal to the standard acceleration of freefall, assuming Earth’s gravity (9.81 m/s2).
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In addition to electricity, the plant especially provides process steam needed for the production plants at site.
As the FlatOut Race Series' official fuel and lubricant, Petron Blaze 100 Euro 6 and Petron Blaze Racing once again provided Time Attack and Grid Race drivers maximum performance and engine protection for their machines.
The company, based at Mill Street East, is one of only 12 companies in West Yorkshire have achieved silver status in the scheme, which promotes best practice for commercial vehicle operators and covers safety, efficiency and environmental impact.
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Fors and her formidable team helped, as they prepared a spread that highlighted some of the most famous Filipino cuisines.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Swedish lawmaker called for broadening of mutual cooperation with Iran, specially in the field of research.
Table 2 shows cross-sectional views of two parts of the FORS sensing probes.
Ohio-based Wright-Patt Credit Union has announced that it has launched an app for smart watches.
"Internationally, SF's trademark is quality, which creates a responsibility that we must deal with," Fors says.
We are discussing the fors and againsts, strengths and weaknesses of the ones on the list."
The goal of this study was to investigate the current clinical practice in UE motor rehabilitation following stroke, particularly as it relates to techniques that are based in neurological motor frames of reference (FORs).
"Within the first 90 days of the mailing, we were able to attribute approximately $50 million in new relationships as a result of this project," said Tracy Fors, vice president of marketing and business development of the $2.6 billion institution in Dayton, Ohio.