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a taxonomist who recognizes minute differences and as a result recognizes numerous separate taxa. Compare LUMPER.
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Independent hydraulic wood splitters are very popular and for a good reason.
The first 146,000 b/d splitter (Phase-I), which went on stream in September 2009, can yield 61,000 b/d of naphtha, 52,000 b/d of kerosine and jet fuel; 24,000 b/d of gasoil/diesel, and over 8,000 b/d of LPG.
According to the market review and forecast report, the worldwide consumption value of PLC component-level splitters reached $789 million in 2016, up 13.
Relatively new are high-speed units that rely on mechanical advantage and inertia to split logs, with a cycle time that's significantly faster than that of most hydraulic splitters.
4 billion in condensate splitters to "split" the very light form of crude into components like jet fuel, diesel and naphtha, a building block for gasoline, to sell domestically or export.
Three Gefen ToolBox Ultra HD Splitters for HDMI 4k/2k provide a one input to two outputs (1:2), one input to four outputs (1:4) and one input to eight outputs (1:8) distribution system.
Relatively new on the scene for homestead-relevant log splitters are the so-called high-speed units that rely only on mechanical advantage and inertia to split logs with a cycle time that's significantly lower than that found on most hydraulic splitters.
909 foreign tax credit splitter event provisions that were enacted in August 2010 as part of the Education Jobs and Medicaid Assistance Act of 2010, P.
The CFP model DEV 2161 and DEV 2162 are Active L-Band Splitters for the 500-2300MHz frequency range.
Figure 4 shows the characterization of POF splitters that have been made by machine and hand.
Testing splitters as part of a complete system assures the new TR-127 compliant splitters will prevent disturbance of the video signal by a telephone signal on the same line.