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a pointed tool for marking surfaces or for punching small holes

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Crystal Eye's Patent AWL technology allows the gateway appliance to control applications running on endpoint devices without the need to install and manage endpoint device agents as well as allowing protection on BYOD, IOT and SCADA devices.
Mechanical AWL system is widely used in laparoscopic surgery to obtain a surgical view.[sup][14] We use this system to simulate the decrease of IAP.
Coleman for his awl case creation, many years ago now; and our dear friend Richard Green for his tireless encouragement and unstinting friendship.
AWL is a customer acquisition marketing business focused on the US property and casualty, health, and life insurance markets.
Although much research has been done to determine how frequently AWL words occur in a variety of academic texts, fewer studies have investigated their occurrence in EAP student writing or explored whether AWL use is associated with text quality.
According to a recent paper, the artifact is a copper awl, and it was found in a grave at Tel Tsaf in the Jordan Valley of Israel, about 25 miles south of the Sea of Galilee.
A craftsman appears to have altered this hammer, adding the awl for an unknown specific purpose.
Esther's writing, comics, and artwork have appeared at The Awl, The Hairpin (where her fantastic League of Ordinary Ladies comic series has a devoted following), The Forward, Saveur, and Lilith.
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Using an awl, sharp pencil or scissor tip, poke holes in the face pattern at the eye and nose dots.
AWL is a proactive security technique where only a limited set of approved programs are allowed to run.
You may not need to repair leather very often, but when you do, this Speedy Stitcher sewing awl makes an excellent substitute for a expensive heavy-duty sewing machine.
Two British companies, Andrews & Wykeham Ltd (AWL) and PragmatIC Printing Ltd have announced that they will be collaborating to deliver a range of novel security products based on PragmatIC's flexible electronic circuits, available in 2014.
In 2009, after a subsequent gig at Radar dissolved, Sicha cofounded The Awl, a website that quickly became popular for its penetrating culture writing and dry wit.
It also demonstrates that the Air Force's proposed Airborne Weapons Layer (AWL) could effectively counter these maneuvering threats.