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TURBO

A clinical trial–The Ultrasound Removal of Blood Clots in Vein Grafts
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Turbo codes use a divide-and-conquer approach in which each of two decoders gets a different encoded version of the original message and the decoders then collaborate.
CARRYING ON TRADITION: The Saab 9-3 Turbo Anniversary Coupe with the 1977 Saab 99 Turbo alongside
However, the sticker price should be slightly higher than the $105,000 the German auto-maker charged for the 1998 model of the 911 Turbo.
We scrutinize the products we offer our customers, and the Barbeques Galore Turbo line more than meets our standards.
3) Schwarzenegger's search for Turbo Man begins with a promise to his son (Jake Lloyd).
Both new SlingLink TURBO products feature Intellon Corporation's INT5500 HomePlug 1.
Both models are to arrive at dealerships in Germany in September 2013, priced from EUR162,055 for the Turbo and EUR195,256 for the Turbo S.
Whether he's traveling, enjoying sports, or running errands, fathers will appreciate having the Turbo Charge wherever they go.
Turbo EPON gives service providers the ability to deliver faster speeds to their customers with the same built-in IPTV architecture and QoS (Quality of Service) pioneered by Teknovus.
Dubbed AIT-E Turbo and AIT-1 Turbo, the new drives feature enhanced capacity and performance at a cost-per-gigabyte (GB) that favorably compares to DDS products.
The new Turbo Diesel engines are in full production at the Cummins MidRange Engine Plant in Columbus, Ind.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- Turbo Logistics, one of the nation's fastest-growing logistics management firms, has opened a regional office in Philadelphia.