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Four times less tissue slippage during firing compared to Endo GIA[TM] Reloads with Tri-Staple[TM] technology for unsurpassed staple performance
The engine at this point does not have a cooling system, which will be developed later, so firings are of a very short duration.
Camp is a perfect environment for introducing children to clay and the thrill of forming, decorating, and firing.
When the bar position changed, the number of spikes sent along one of the visual neurons didn't change, but the pattern of firing -- the spacing of spikes in the spike train -- did change in a very reproducible way.
Mike O'Dwyer said the firings successfully demonstrated the integration of Metal's Storm generic 40mm Ballistics System with the remotely operated UAV.
Workplace fraud, absenteeism and harassment accounted for 74 of the 95 firings in the period covered by this review.
Metal Storm's Chief Executive Officer, Mr Charles Vehlow said the successful firings would enable Metal Storm to progress discussions with a number of key US defense organisations.
Other critics of the firings say that making a midseason switch amounts to throwing in the towel.
In line with the company's product development plans, the success of these firings materially advances Metal Storm technology by demonstrating a 'conversion capability' for conventional ammunition in a Metal Storm weapon system.
Less than four months into 1998, the Police Department already has exceeded the 11 firings in 1997 and 13 in all of 1996.
A new improved motor will undergo multiple test firings over the next two months as part of a SpaceDev contract with the National Reconnaissance Office to demonstrate hybrid motor technology for the MTV.
And Hollywood producer Harry Thomason, who has emerged as a central figure in the controversial firings, told the same House investigators the first lady had said to him the workers ``ought to be gotten out.
Though the ruling isn't expected to have much effect on firings, legal and labor experts said the decision will affect the way industries justify decisions about whom to cut from their work force.
The FDA emphasized that over the past 10 years - during which, it is worth noting, pacemaker and ICD patients have passed through anti-theft security gates literally hundreds of millions of times - the government has received just 18 so-called medical device reports involving electronic security systems and pacemakers, and just two involving electronic security systems and inappropriate firings by defibrillators.