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The release of a new drug or medical device into broad clinical use, that is, into the marketplace.
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"Just like TV sets are assembled in plants around the clock, our daily work of launching satellites is quite normal and it is our duty," Cui said.
That eliminates an entire layer of red tape that adds extra costs when launching from commercial facilities co-located with federal launch facilities."
India now has the capability of designing, building and launching communication, remote sensing, cartographic and meteorological satellites.
The time line for the re-launch part of DeltaQuest's online projects is interesting to see, as it seems they are launching the sites faster as they progress, below is the time line for the re-launch part of their online project:
The campaign featured a slow and strategic release of information--first positioning the brand, then launching the brand name, building excitement, educating and ending with the official launch.
"Soon the young aeronautical engineer was, in fact, launching rockets carrying payloads that affected everything from our nation's national security to international humanitarian relief operations."
Wizz Air is launching four routes from Warsaw beginning March 27 2005 to Paris Beauvais, Frankfurt Hahn, Stockholm Skavsta and Barcelona Girona.
Without giving away too much of our game, we have developed a network of sources as well as methods (including patterns within litigation that we look for) that gives us a very good shot at success when it comes to launching a publication (or conference)," Jacobs said.
"It's not just an aircraft we're launching; it's someone's son or daughter.
weather satellites may prevent NASA from launching the first of these craft until well after a key satellite now in orbit runs out of fuel.
Once again, if 1986 cost-cutting rendered the program too risky, then shuttles make no sense--because even at the 1986 rates, the true cost of launching payload was several times the cost of using expendable rockets.