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The evening commenced with the 180 '9 dart' throw off competition where many of the league players who had qualified by hitting a maximum during the summer season took up their option to compete.
Since the magnetic field powers the beam of particles, incoming asteroid guts would throw off the pulsar's clock.
Data services VP Steven Statures says the computers will throw off enough heat to warm as many as 80 houses.
Chapters describe the techniques, skills and drills used by professional tennis players in their training sessions, as well as strategies for raising power, control, and defensive skills, recommended exercises, and solid tennis strategies, such as faking a net approach to throw off the opponent or using a "shuffle step" to reach tennis balls nearby.
In a bid to throw off the reputation of being an elitist venue, Priory, which has already been handing out free tennis and squash coaching in schools over the last few years, will be showing off their facilities and sports programmes from 1pm-4pm.
Question part two: Taking drugs that make the brain produce unnaturally high levels of dopamine can throw off the brain's own ability to produce it.
"If your flatness spec is 100 microns across the entire part," says Spicer, "the powder could throw off the measurement enough to cause you to scrap or rework the part." So the RIM's laser sensing system and on-board lighting are engineered to help eliminate this problem.
And Paige said private-school vouchers in the District of Columbia amount to nothing short of "emancipation" for hundreds of poor and minority students, allowing them to "throw off the chains of a school system that has not served them well."
Not only will it throw off black smoke and run rough (also known as pulsing), but the top and sides may glow red.
Since The Progressive doesn't see this, or refuses to mention it, perhaps you should throw off the mantle of the historical legacy of the Progressive Era and just admit your magazine is another voice of limousine liberalism.