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TURBO

A clinical trial–The Ultrasound Removal of Blood Clots in Vein Grafts
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Seats in the Turbo S and Turbo feature recycled materials for added sustainability.
In 1982, Nelson Piquet (BRA) claimed the first Formula 1 victory with BMW Turbo Power.
South China Morning Post, an influential business newspaper based in Hong Kong, highlighted that 'Huawei (Honor) makes play for mobile gamers with 'turbocharged' technology that beats all Android competitors, as well as Apple.' Android Authority, a US-based top-tier international technology news site, was similarly impressed, 'Game longer, better with Honor's new GPU Turbo tech.'
The modern Porsche Turbo is a far cry from the first model that greeted the public at the 1974 Paris Auto Show.
"With the Turbo Vision system, our customers will see improvements in final appearance, efficiency and throughput."
Second, and arguably more importantly, a lot of motherboards don't implement Turbo Boost well.
Both Turbo variants get the Sport Chrono Package that now features a 'Sport Response' button at the centre of the mode switch.
Panasonic India today announced the release of its futuristic and upgradable smartphone - Eluga Turbo. The device is facilitated with a high capacity 3GB RAM and Octa Core processing features which will support future OS updates and richer application functionality.
Both Turbo variants get the Sport Chrono Package that now features a Sport Response button at the centre of the mode switch.
You're looking at the new Porsche 911 Turbo that'll be launched at the Detroit motor show next month.
The main objectives of these events were to launch the new Turbo S4 X and S4 GX turbine oils, as well as to announce the local blending of Turbo T and Turbo J oils for the power and petrochemical sectors in the kingdom.