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Drug slang A street term for a state of drug or alcohol-induced intoxication/euphoria
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Under these requirements, the stack of cars loaded against the bulkhead would only require two tie-downs with the proper aggregate WLL.
The sphere shaped indentor was loaded into a sample, turned 200[degrees] at 1[degrees] per second velocity and completely released.
Depending on their departure points, it took 55-110 hours for a loaded barge to arrive at Antwerp.
1996), although some studies have investigated the behavior and property changes that occur when MPC joints are loaded dynamically (Dagher et al.
Once the network appears fully loaded, network administrators can measure end-to-end performance for both network and applications.
The operation was a complete success; all equipment was loaded safely and without delay.
The upper sample surface is loaded by dead weights against the moving sample and the load ann lift/drop is staticrvo-controlled.
While the cargo can be loaded more quickly, depending on the location of the consumer, it can take from two to three weeks for the material to arrive.
To produce a more uniform separating three, grates contain magnetic material throughout the tube, and are not partially loaded with springs and fillers.
Since the construction began on the fleet in the mid-1990s, Chambers figures the 841st has loaded or unloaded as many as 30.
Belts are typically designed based on a 100% rated tension which is the maximum load the belt is expected to see during its normal fully loaded operation.
BVG), the interactive entertainment arm of The Walt Disney Company, announced today its action-packed racing game, "Disney's Herbie: Fully Loaded," is now available at retail for Game Boy(R) Advance.