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TWiST

Time without Sx of disease or toxicity AIDS A quality of life indicator, corresponding to the number of months preceding the development of a Sx with ≥ grade 3 HIV disease, whichever occurred first. See Q-TWiST.
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Summary statistics of torsional stress (reported as shear stress), torsional rigidity, twist, torque, and density are presented (Table 1).
Accuracy from the 1:14 rifling twist of his Savage Model 1920 wasn't as good, but it was sufficient to take deer out to 200 yards or so.
The brand has launched two summer must-haves with the Phyto Blush Twists ([euro]50) and Phyto Touche Sun Glow powder.
The manufacturing process of conductor-and-support cable may comprise one or more twist operations depending on the design [9].
Twists are such an important part of our TV and cinema culture - it was his sled; he was in New York the whole time; it's not a real limp; he was fighting himself in the underground car park; I am your father; he's wearing his mother's dress - we shouldn't try to guess them, they should shock us.
Our new family of waveguide twists are the perfect addition to our growing waveguide product line as they provide more options for designers and engineers to choose from when constructing their systems," explains Mark Blackwood, Passive Components Product Manager at Pasternack.
Twist and pin this in the centre of the ponytail so it sits on top of the other sections.
Established in 2002, Twist has specialized in providing SMEs with IT support, network management and cloud services.
Twist allegedly fled the scene leaving the wreckage of the car and damaged property behind.
I have had a number of conventional slow twist 1:12", 1:13", and 1:14" barrels used for shooting 55 grain military ball ammo in my ARs.