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pro·tec·tor

(prō-tek'tŏr),
A cover or shield.
[L.L. protectus from pp. protegere, to protect, to cover over]

pro·tec·tor

(prŏ-tek'tŏr)
A cover or shield.
[L.L. protectus from pp. protegere, to protect, to cover over]
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SMi Group: It's well known that the RAF's incoming Protector unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are a big step forward for the UK's unmanned capability.
In the report, the Public Protector found that not only was the establishment of the unit illegal but that it also conducted unlawful intelligence.
"Working with Cobham, we've established an excellent support network for the RAF and the Protector RPA," said Linden Blue, CEO, GA-ASI.
DARAG Group Ltd., the Malta-based legacy acquirer, announced it has entered into a retrospective quota share reinsurance agreement with Protector Forsikring, the Norwegian insurance company.
So far, only a few studies have been conducted on the reduction of impulse noise by level-dependent hearing protectors [15-17], therefore we have no test results to compare the properties of different hearing protector models used for this purpose.
Feeley-Karp had argued that the trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction because the trust gave exclusive jurisdiction to a trust protector to resolve any disputes.
The centrifugal force of moving tyres spreads Tyre Protector evenly over the entirety of the internal tread area, coating the area with a 2mm coating of sealant.
* The replacement screen protector by Samsung is priced at MSRP of $29.99 (Rs 2,000 approx).
Chairman Protector Health Hygiene Michael Lauer said it is very unique invention that is directly connected to human health.
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Following a period of consultation, the Level 1 model will be replaced by a Level 2 body protector. The new vest offers up to 50 per cent better protection from direct blows such as kicks.