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Synonyms for cartouche

a cartridge (usually with paper casing)


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The Integration Of RAF's Cartouche Medical OCR Software Into ClaimMatrix And CaptureMatrix Increases Speed And Accuracy Of Medical Claim Form Processing Up To 90%
Cartouche 9mm OTAN--Belgian forces use the standard NATO version of the venerable 9mm Partabellum.
Cover with the cartouche, pressing down to turn the edges up and create a neat fit.
Queen Cleopatra visited this road during her travels with Mark Anthony and she renovated it, leaving her special cartouche," he said.
D'apres le communique du departement de l'Interieur, la police a saisi l'arme, un chargeur de 7 balles et la douille de la cartouche ejectee.
There is the cartouche on the left stock with the initials DFC which is described as being on the conversion models, for the principal sub-inspector David F.
A cartouche carved on the ceiling bears the name of King Thutmose I of the early 18th dynasty, the ministry said.
In an attempt to maintain some level of standardization, the French first ordered copies of Smith & Wesson and Colt revolvers from the Basque gunmakers of Spain chambered for their standard 8mm Cartouche d'Ordonnance Modele 1892.
His inspector's cartouche was a rectangular box containing the initials "O.
The prayer space inside the larger temple "consists of carved basalt blocks in addition to a part of a royal statue carrying a cartouche of King Merineptah," the ministry statement said.
The mark will be a cartouche; within the cartouche, a penguin.
Place a cartouche - a disc of parchment or greaseproof paper - over the top.
Although the convicted researchers admit that they took samples out of the country, they refute all allegations of damaging the Khufu Cartouche
1886 firing the revolutionary Cartouche 8mm balle Ordinaire Mie.
A royal cartouche bearing the full name of pharaoh Senebkay was found on the sarcophagus and on a wall of the tomb unearthed in the ancient city of Abydos, the head of the antiquities ministry's pharaonic department, Ali El-Asfar, said.