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driven by explosive or electrical power.
used in euthanasia of animals. Includes conventional weapons such as revolvers, rifles and shotguns, Greenough humane killers and captive bolt pistols.
powered surgical instruments
include saws, drills.
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Q. My myopic son is wearing power glasses. Are there any other nutritional supplements to support eye sight? My myopic son is wearing power glasses from the age of 2 years. His power is not very high yet but the rate of his eye power is doubling every year. Doctor had given him some medicines and had told him to have lots of carrots. We are giving him carrot juice every day. But soon he stopped taking it for some months. But he is having juice now but I wish to know are there any other nutritional supplements to support eye sight?
A. eating carrots can help people who suffers from vitamin A or beta-carotene deficiency. which leads to poor night vision. but that's it. there is no reason to eat tremendous amounts of carrots, there are food supplements that will help you achieve it without becoming orange. anyway, getting too much vitamin A can be toxic.More discussions about powered
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The Power Sourcing Unit (PSU) delivers a loosely regulated 48V (33-75V) input to the powered
device over the Ethernet cable.
Available now for field trials, total cost of ownership for the fuel cell powered
Pulsar EX RT fuel cell UPS is comparable to a traditional UPS with an external battery plant.
We're very excited to incorporate Ballard's innovative Nexa RM Series into our new online Pulsar EX RT which marks our second generation of fuel cell powered
UPSs," stated Jack Pouchet, director of marketing for MGE UPS SYSTEMS INC.