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A procedure in behavorial research for distributing unwanted but unavoidable influences equally among the different experimental conditions or subjects.
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Exhibiting at the show provides an ideal opportunity for us to showcase our comprehensive product range, including our hand pallet trucks, electric counterbalance forklifts and our automated trucks, which are all ideal for use in this industry."
Caption: Utility trucks use Sun counterbalance valves to keep lift platforms stable during power line repairs.
Another visible remainder of the first water counterbalance operation phase is the track arrangement itself.
counterbalance to this monopoly, the opposition must jointly prevent the authorities from rigging the ballot.
The constant power regulator system consists of five parts, that is, a regulator assembly (A), a control cylinder assembly (B) which controls the angle of the swash plate, a counterbalance assembly (C), a swash plate (D), and a piston (E).
Jungheinrich's Range 2 electric counterbalance trucks have a maximum lift capacity of two tonnes.
As an option, a counterbalance can he fitted to the door, such that the door can be opened automatically during a power failure by pulling the Bowden lever.
Speaking after he met Labour Minister Sotiroula Charalambous to discuss measures to counterbalance the effects of the new tax, introduced on Monday, Stavrakis said the final increase would only reach 3.0 to 3.5 per cent, effectively.
To assist in large projects, a visual gauge on the arms allows the counterbalance adjustments to be calculated once according to the screen weight and then replicated en masse for the remainder of the mounts to be installed.
FILMMAKER PAM HARRIS thinks it's important to cover the problems besieging the Black community, but when it came time to make her first film, "I wanted to counterbalance the pathology of Black people that's portrayed often in the media," she says.
If it weren't for its folk art appeal, the windmill counterbalance weight probably would not be as highly collectible as it is today.
Many years ago, Adrian Dove, a black sociologist, created The Dove Counterbalance Intelligence Test as a means of demonstrating the folly of evaluating black children with tests that reflect white middle-class values and language.