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TWiST

Time without Sx of disease or toxicity AIDS A quality of life indicator, corresponding to the number of months preceding the development of a Sx with ≥ grade 3 HIV disease, whichever occurred first. See Q-TWiST.
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At the second twisting operation the elements of conductor-and-support cable should be considered the part of the product, which has been twisted at the first operation and the layers of wires that wove in a second step.
Even when it briefly depicts the results of the hotly-contested design competition, Twisted focuses instead on friendship, camaraderie, and unfeigned affection.
The equation of the twisted graph is found, and the equations are plotted.
By plotting a rope's length against the number of times each strand is twisted, Bohr and Olsen discovered that there is a maximum number of twists--resulting in what is called the "zero-twist point" for the overall rope.
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To celebrate the launch of the fruit chew, Mars are giving away one top prize of a fantastic Starburst Twisted hamper that includes an iPod Shuffle, twisted themed goodies and 50 [pounds sterling] worth of Starburst Twisted stock.
The Elbex system eliminates all of these problems by using the twisted pair technology.
We are excited to bring Smirnoff Twisted V to the vibrant FMB category," said Michael Ward, Diageo North America.
color) Rubber Boy shows off his musical side in ``The Jim Rose Twisted Tour'' on the Travel Channel.
TWISTED METAL: Small Brawl is designed and developed by the creators of Twisted Metal 1, Twisted Metal 2 and most recently, Twisted Metal: Black.
For example, once a group of wires has been twisted to form a single cable, the same twisting machine winds it onto a reel.
Once your hair is twisted, you can use the same decorative bobby pins for a sweet look, or run a fluffy feather hairstick through the center to add some fun.