Radiographically, the lesion may present as a well-defined expansible
unilocular or complex multilocular radiolucent area with a trabeculated appearance.
Other variants include dump trucks, expansible
vans for field staffs and chassis for missile launchers and air defence.
On the other hand, the dynamic specification itself, has allowed to establish an asymmetry in the relationship between the expansible
and recessive phases of the Misiones economy.
Each cell has a large plasma screen and monitors in the expansible
vans that receive information.
The Army, according to the authors of TRADOC Pamphlet 525-5, in a remark that would become the heart of Transformation five years later, "must design organizations and develop capabilities that will allow it to be rapidly tailorable, rapidly expansible
, strategically deployable, and effectively employable as part of a joint and multinational team to achieve decisive results in future War and [operations other than war] in all operational environments.
We, in cyberspace, that is, have built a world of ideas that nature (in Jefferson's words) created: stuff in cyberspace can "freely spread from one to another over the globe, for the moral and mutual instruction of man and improvement of his condition," because we have (at least originally) built cyberspace such that content is "like fire, expansible
over all space, without lessening [its] density at any point, and like the air in which we breathe, move, and have our physical being, incapable of confinement, or exclusive appropriation.
The TIIF was "a self-contained equipment mounted in an expansible
van for extracting intelligence information from photographic, radar, and infrared imagery .
The MTV cargo version is only one of a large family with long wheelbase, expansible
van, wrecker, tipper and even air-drop variants.
Thomas Jefferson might have been in the middle of the cyberspace/copyright dispute when he wrote: "That ideas should be freely spread from one to another over the globe, for the moral and mutual instruction of man and improvement of his condition seems to have been peculiarly and benevolently designed by nature when she made them like fire, expansible
over all space without lessening their density at any point, and, like the air,.
Lately, though, I've begun to realize that even if I ever did arrive at that dream of an endlessly expansible
reading time, I'd probably re-read, as I already do, Homer and Dante and Shakespeare, Herbert and Donne and Keats and Yeats and Lowell and Bishop and Rilke, besides all my contemporaries who are fascinating and wonderful poets.
Army, during the two World Wars and from 1947 to 1972, used an Expansible
Service System, with the professional, regular Army and Navy designed to train and lead a much larger conscripted force.
Government between April 2009 and August 2010 for use on cargo trucks, wreckers, expansible
vans, shop vans, and tractors.
In 2013, BTS-S2 joined as TUCS' software developer, integrator, and technology partner, focused on refining the software and building an expansible
architecture and development environment.
7) This expansible
strategic hedge has continued to allow for needed growth in regular forces in times of crisis: In 2004-05, approximately half of the units deployed in Iraq were from the National Guard, allowing the regulars to reset and begin the growth in size which allowed virtually continuous unit combat rotations, including units from the National Guard, ever since.
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