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launch

The release of a new drug or medical device into broad clinical use, that is, into the marketplace.
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Cowan, who has been working on the project for four years, says the launcher itself might be a good test apparatus for new heat shield designs.
If you are using a flexible launcher arm, the arrow will still hit very close to where it was aimed.
"The enemy should realize that all ballistic missile launchers are too far away to be hit by its fighter jets, which do nothing but committing massacres and killing women and children," it added.
Reports suggest the launcher has a range of 2,200 meters and weighs around 41 kilograms.
I give the puppy four dummies each day and also move him closer to the dummy launcher until he is sitting directly beside the launcher (in usually four or five days).
Updates to the launcher began (https://www.nasa.gov/feature/mobile-launcher-mods-will-support-nasas-next-generation-rocket-and-spacecraft) in 2015 to adapt to the SLS, Orion and Ground Support Equipment that will all be used for the launches.
Air Liquide (Paris:AI) announced on Wednesday the signing of several contracts for the supply of cryogenic equipments for the propulsion of the future European launcher Ariane 6, as well as for the design and production of the cryogenic fluid systems of the new Ariane Launcher System (ELA4) of the Guiana Space Centre.
The value of the RPM Career Launcher program is twofold: It trains talented candidates and gives them the opportunity to show what they can do on the job, and it allows companies to improve their bench strength and to see how candidates perform before hiring them full-time.
We all encounter these kinds of situations, but with Sky Launcher, none of them would be an issue.
ZTE has worked closely with Google to pre-load Google Now Launcher onto several ZTE devices.
official has reportedly said that the missile launcher that is suspected to have been used by pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine to bring down Malaysia Air flight MH17 is probably back in Russia.
The new Titanium Recon ($169.99) incorporates a machined titanium launcher arm with a carbon facing on the housing to create a light, strong rest.