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By | May 27, 2022
Once the system was up and running, it was tested for optimum performance and then used as
prototype
for the rest of the installations.

The
prototype
device for dolphins will be tested by one of the two Scottish trawlers fishing for sea bass in the Channel this month.

This class of ships was the largest in the Federation until the Oppressor class
prototype
became operational.

The first phase develops, fabricates, integrates and tests
prototype
propulsion systems and power packs.

However, the most accessible of the technologies displayed by the
prototype
is its high-pressure Unit Injector System by Bosch.

He has a worldwide patent on the unique vehicle, now at its
prototype
stage after two and a half years of painstaking research.

Over the past two years, the
prototype
harvester has also been tested in saskatoons and choke cherries.

Propulsion was handled by four cold-fusion engines and the hyperdrive systems were
prototype
units.

Ferguson’s team has developed a
prototype
of the device and hopes it will be available within 18 months.

In June 2004 the head of the company’s research centre demoed a handset powered by a
prototype
fuel cell.

The company also uses additive manufacturing with metal to produce
prototype
parts for form, fit and function tests.

He kept the
prototype
in the laundry room, which was adjacent to my bedroom in the basement.

The techno whiz-kids at Otago Polytechnic in Dunedin have developed a
prototype
of a shock-resistant ball-cam.

After experimenting with various design schemes, the designer’s current
prototype
includes an open and airy bar area.

By the next morning, I had implemented a
prototype
and resolved to productize it.

They’d stripped the
prototype
engine out and were constructing a more refined version.

The
prototype
car is all different and I never even gave it a thought that this was the Nextel Cup garage.

It’s only a
prototype, but some researchers imagine the water-skimming robot could have many uses.

This festival, celebrated in California and in New England, is modeled after an Azorean
prototype.

Mr Holland showed his
prototype
to local entrepreneur David Campbell who thought the idea had legs.

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He was very thankful that he had taken the precaution of rewrapping the
prototype
in its protective tissue paper shell, making it unrecognizable.

For our
prototype
instrument, we use three pinholes, arranged into a triangular pattern.

The rest of the team is still being assembled, and a
prototype
has yet to be made.

The heroic
prototype
is considerably watered down and herein lies the crux of the problem.

In 1965 he used some aluminium tubing, a piece of canvas and lightweight wheels to build a
prototype.

The
prototype
vehicles were tested, modified and the process repeated as necessary.

Since then, he and two graduate students have revamped the
prototype, improving its range and sensitivity.

This follows the discovery of
prototype
devices during a raid on a safe house at an undisclosed location, the analyst said.

In 1999 we constructed a small
prototype
of this clock, approximately two meters tall.

As a result, the dualities of realistic and imaginary, iconic and perspectival, sacred and secular, and copy and
prototype
begin to break down.

The
prototype
device is able to monitor its orientation using an embedded gyroscope.

It is a plan and axonometric wire-frame view of the
prototype
model’s entire architectural component and piping system.

This particular
prototype
can be described as an aggressive and sadistic femme fatale who physically maltreats her male subordinates.

Another approach is to build a
prototype
of the machine with relatively few processors.

He is hoping to test a
prototype
device with manatees in the natural environment under highly controlled research conditions.

Do you have a
prototype, sample or demonstration of an implementation of the idea?

From concept sketch to
prototype
to mass manufacture, General Motors is digitizing as much of the car-making process as it can.

The Great Northern Railway, for example, chose the rustic Swiss alpine lodge as a
prototype
for its hotels and depots.

Indeed, asthma is considered by many to be the
prototype
of psychosomatic illness.

The
prototype
release includes a set of sample security policy configuration files designed to meet common, general-purpose security goals.

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Since the
prototype
was well on its way to completion, the Army decided to finish the aircraft and use it as a flying test bed.

An early
prototype
of the tablet was setup for sharing between family members where each person’s customizations would be saved.

The note in question is a Japanese 1,000 yen bill that was probably a
prototype
of a new high-tech banknote.

He is now developing a full-scale
prototype
but stressed the design was quite different from that used in the Aquada.

This model bill became the
prototype
for most laws passed in America, although few states cast their net as widely as Laughlin advised.

Amazingly, it took only five months for the Altea to make the journey from
prototype
to showroom.

By late 1937 he had designed, built and successfully tested both a semiauto rifle and a
prototype
light machine gun.

In both cases the risen Jesus Christ is the
prototype
and model for the essential transformation of spirit-bearing human beings.

They were the
prototype
for most Tory election addresses for the next century.

We built the
prototype
almost entirely of off-the-shelf components, reducing cost and speeding development.

The core concept of the
prototype
episode is a digital trading card game representing the characters in the stories.

Tunable lasers that switch in nanoseconds rather than milliseconds are in
prototype.

Within a few days of being placed in the sediments,
prototype
fuel cells were producing several milliwatts of power.

The
prototype
four-legged robot weighs just 10 grams and measures 70 millimeters in height.

For example, paper mock-ups, page designs,
prototype
versions, and final implementations can be reviewed at different stages.

One of Nissan’s show stoppers this year is the Fusion, a
prototype
design of a future four-door saloon.

The
prototype
proved successful and further modifications were made to improve it.

They have exploited this radical abbreviation of focal length to develop a
prototype
of a credit-card-thin camera.

In a recent test, the
prototype
clocked a maximum speed of 193 mph, earning it the title of world’s fastest EV limousine.

Yes, the technology is still in need of some tweaks and adjustments, but nothing is perfect straight from
prototype.

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The processor industry-backed company developing extreme ultraviolet lithography chip-making equipment has demonstrated its first
prototype.

Accordingly, plans were made to convert the
prototype
to floats but that plane was destroyed during its flight testing program.

The
prototype
was grounded until late November by undercarriage cracks resulting from a heavy landing on the last day of the show.

AthosCal, a
prototype
multimodal calendar application, runs on several platforms including PDAs and desktop computers.

Cities like Istanbul and Baghdad present a
prototype
of the concentric design.

The
prototype
of the uniflow deduster was fabricated based on the sensitivity analysis.

The
prototype
uses a writing arm similar to an architectural plotter to sign books.

This warrior hero was ideally suited to the cinematic portrayal of the
prototype
Fuhrer figure.

Only the
prototype
for accordion garage doors, which form the entire facade on the south side, can be called a luxury item.

Hewn from jade, nephrite, marble, and hardstone, the oddly shaped blades lack an obvious
prototype
in any functional tool or weapon.

Once the breadboarded
prototype
worked to our satisfaction, we created an online master of the printed circuit.

In 1969, Concorde
prototype
001 broke the sound barrier on a test flight in France.

They will discuss the reasons for and benefits of field testing, the challenges of communicating in space and the design of
prototype
spacesuits.

This spurred the interest in me to design a
prototype
spirit level to measure slope angles.

Trial runs showed that the
prototype
device significantly cooled a heated surface on just 0.6 watts of power.

In 1803 Gillray created a
prototype
caricature of Napoleon which was widely copied by his competitors.

Silent Scope 2 was shown with a
prototype
one-handed controller, which has a thumb roller ball used to aim and a gun-like trigger.

None of the Tablet PCs on the stocks fall into that category, not even the Crusoe
prototype, which claims dismal endurance of four hours.

He said a
prototype
car had been run round inside the factory only to be destroyed in a fire.

Toshiba Research Europe demoed a
prototype
system that applied quantum cryptography to the transmission of streaming video.

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Other firms have shown off
prototype
robot cleaners, but it is the first to put one into production.

The
prototype, offering burgers to travellers on a cash-and-carry basis, was likely to be copied at other mainline stations.

The phenothiazine ring is a well-known pharmacophore, and chlorpromazine is a
prototype
of this class of antipsychotic drugs.

Equally notorious is the default
prototype
for undeclared functions, which assumes the data type of parameters and return value to be integer, unless specified otherwise.

During the development of the
prototype
the team conferred with various medical and therapeutical institutions to ensure that it met medical requirements.

Technical product feasibility in terms of storage density, performance and reliability was demonstrated in recent experiments using the
prototype
on display.

Sir Steven may well be the
prototype
of the modern revisionist historian who seeks to recast the history of Western civilization as a catalogue of abuses.

The FC-31
prototype
was hidden except when it was flying, and not much detail was available.

With circuitry built on to a breadboard, it took the two schoolboys two months and four
prototype
circuit boards to overcome the basic practical problems of the design.

Lightweight and consequently easily portable, the Vail-type chair was the
prototype
for numerous later examples in which the seat folded up against the back.

With brilliantly successful results, the Greek sculptor of the portrait has reinterpreted this
prototype
in terms suitable to an Eastern conception of a proper ruler image.

There are various explanatory reasons, so obvious in hindsight that their suppression must be regarded as an original
prototype
of political correctness.

To demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed content-based suggester, we built a
prototype
search tool, which utilizes the research pyramid model.

Although Disney’s company was riven with conflicts after his death, the firm emerged in the mid-1980s as the
prototype
of a successful international media conglomerate.

The 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt was produced in five different colors during its
prototype
tour, and the cars were later sold.

The first
prototype
is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.

They wanted him to exhibit a
prototype
at their big annual trade fair.

The
prototype
had a waterproof canvas stretched over hinged timber ribs, quality-tested by letting armies of ants and termites loose on the fabric.

They also recommended that a
prototype
using hydrogen as a combined cryogen and form of energy transport be designed, built and tested at one of the national laboratories.

Two weeks later, Ed Logg, a programmer, had a working
prototype
that looked very, very good.

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Both aircraft were heavily instrumented and the
prototype
put in 165 hours over 130 flights in just 51 days while the second machine contributed 86 hours.

The Bertram 31 and its
prototype
were designed with a remarkable 23-degree angle of deadrise at the transom with three lifting strakes on each side from the keel to the chine.

At this time also successive waves of peoples gradually filtered into the area who spoke an Indo-European language that later became the
prototype
of Greek.

This, lest we forget, remains the modern
prototype
for a quintessentially retrograde act.

So some authorities hold that the hypaethral opening in the centre of an ordinary Greek house was the
prototype
of that in the house of the divinity.

A
prototype
of a newly patented device tested at a large midwestern beef packing plant can successfully detect small amounts of fecal matter on meat animal carcasses.

To date the ability to view a vehicle down to the finest detail has only been possible by physically building a
prototype, a long and costly process.

Three more
prototype
cars were built, chassis number A3 was the third Aston Martin ever built and is the oldest in existence with a 1.5 litre 11 hp four cylinder side valve.

As the
prototype
for a normalizing physical anthropology, however, phrenology, with its value-laden stereotyping psycho-techniques, introduced new ethical problems.

If you need a
prototype
built on a new design, we can handle it.

A
prototype
probably, covered in some kind of synthetic latex.

The
prototype
Land Rover was designed by a Jeep owner and built on a Jeep chassis.

The
prototype
is fitted with an array of computer sensors, web cameras, manoeuvreable surfaces and a new battery pack design, as well as a tiny parachute.

When we arranged this test Marcos asked me to make allowances because I’d be testing the development
prototype
which was being constantly mucked about with.

Throughout the whole development process, from the initial
prototype
sample to production, geometric shapes of the aspherical surfaces are perfected step by step.

However, the theory of the adequate idea is far more systematic than its Cartesian
prototype, and leads to conclusions which Descartes would certainly have rejected.

The version we got our mitts on was a pre-release
prototype
fully installed with processor-hogging debug code but otherwise pretty close to the final product, we’re told.

Another invention at Hughs’s lab, a two-row
prototype
thermal defoliator, offers hot air as an alternative to chemicals for removing cotton leaves before harvest.

Modest, unprotesting, a devoted church-goer and teetotaller, and a model family man, Jack Hobbs was the
prototype
of the loyal artisan dedicated to Crown and country.

There was no
prototype, no blueprint for resuscitating a town.

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Although the patent still needs the funding of a manufacturer, the
prototype
I used gave me consistently smoother stops and significantly shorter braking distances.

In 2009, the Federal Highway Administration awarded Solar Roadways a contract to construct a
prototype.

Taking cues from seagulls, a bird-size
prototype
aircraft morphs its wings to navigate cluttered environments.

The diode laser light pens used in the
prototype
were obtained from Hoetron Inc.

The
prototype
array controller that is designed will then be partially implemented to control the demonstration heliostats.

Father Juliano declared bankruptcy after building only the
prototype, but the car was restored a few years ago by a customizer in England.

Ezra Cornell’s glass drawerknobs proved to be a
prototype
as glass insulators became popular in America, while Europeans favored earthenware.

Since 2003, a
prototype
Wave Dragon energy converter has been in operation at Nissum Bredning fjord of northern Denmark.

The design may have been influenced by the Jeep and the
prototype, later nicknamed Centre Steer, was built on a Jeep chassis and axles.

The maiden flight of the Eurofighter
prototype
took place in Bavaria on 27 March 1994, flown by DASA chief test pilot Peter Weger.

Some parts of the
prototype
survive in the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford.

In 1784, William Murdoch, a Scottish inventor, built a
prototype
steam road locomotive.

The
prototype
arrived in Blackpool during early spring in 1934 along with four other designs.

From August 2008, Pratchett tested a
prototype
device to address his condition.

Together with chief designer Gordon Coppuck, McLaren planned to refine the
prototype, eventually aiming to produce up to 250 cars per year.

The Marreau brothers won the 1982 edition driving a Renault 20 Turbo 4×4
prototype.

It was designed as an expedient testbed for their new engine, rather than a true
prototype
vehicle.

As of March 2017 The
prototype
A350 first flew on 14 June 2013 from Toulouse, France.

Although the trio briefly experimented with the concept, they could not develop a workable
prototype.

In the early 1980s, NIR purchased one of the
prototype
LEV Railbuses built to test the railbus concept.

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Murdoch built a
prototype
steam locomotive in 1784 and made a number of discoveries in chemistry.

So long as the
prototype
radars were in workable condition they were put into production.

The
prototype
was successful and a fleet of 22 locomotives was built, to handle all the important express traffic.

It adopted the best practices from previous oil tanker designs to create the
prototype
for all subsequent vessels of the type.

The 237 tons
prototype
Wave Dragon was towed in March 2003 to the first test site at the Danish Wave Energy Test Center in Nissum Bredning fjord.

In 2006 a modified
prototype
was deployed to another test site with more energetic wave climate.

The first
prototype
was connected to the power grid in 2003 and is currently deployed in Nissum Bredning, Denmark.

The Shrines of Ise have been celebrated as the
prototype
of Japanese architecture.

The British Concorde
prototype
made its maiden flight from Filton to RAF Fairford on 9 April 1969, five weeks after the French test flight.

These
prototype
aircraft, while resembling subsequent production models for the most part, were outfitted with different, less powerful engines.

On 11 September 1970, the Trislander
prototype
conducted its maiden flight, appearing at the 1970 Farnborough Air Show that same day.

Jack’s knowledge has the practical benefit of giving us useful
prototype
parts.

Often a physical
prototype
is built to model and represent some other physical object.

This view is related to
prototype
theory, which is most deeply explored in cognitive science.

Rocket was an engineering
prototype, and had not been equipped with brakes.

Richard Arkwright is the person credited with inventing the
prototype
of the modern factory.

A
prototype
of the metro was built and a tunnel was dug underneath the city, but the metro was never built.

This security through obscurity proved adequate for our
prototype, but it was unacceptable for a turnin service in wide use.

They cancelled the entire project because the new management didn’t like the
prototype, but I think they threw the baby out with the bathwater.

The
prototype
of a new generation of armoured cars has been put on show for the first time.

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On a trip to Tanzania in 2009, he tested a
prototype
of the BeetleCam on elephants, African buffalo, and lions.

Octagon Process Technology GmbH in Germany showed the
prototype
of a non-contact capacitance gauge that rides on a venturi-induced air cushion.

As part of the demonstration, the
prototype
unit will be airdropped to the test site and used to measure winds.

YardArm’s tech should be ready in a
prototype
form in 60 days, Jim Schaff, vice president of marketing for Yardarm Technologies, said.

Ziv said that the latest laser technology
prototype
to be deployed aboard the USS Ponce this summer could be operated by a single sailor.

The navy’s list of futuristic weapons also includes an electromagnetic rail gun
prototype
aboard a vessel that could debut within two years.

It will be a
prototype
for Auriga HD, which will form the Urban Observer group.

The first phase of the development is to design and test a heavyweight,
prototype
rocket motor.

He also was the pilot of a unique
prototype
of a single stage to orbit system, the Roton Rocket Atmospheric Test Vehicle, from Rotary Rocket.

The second phase allowed for the construction and test of
prototype
flight pumps for liquid oxygen and kerosene propellants.

But the scheme is still at the
prototype
stage and is not yet mounted on lollipops.

Love began in a wondrous whirl, fashioning a kind of
prototype.

Intel, for example, has made a
prototype
phase-change memory chip of 4 million bits and is now developing a 128-megabit model, he notes.

The presentation of the
prototype
was made Thursday at the Shizuoka prefectural government building.

The DTM metal particles, coated with a proprietary polymer, are laser sintered to build the
prototype
mold.

Minimizer uses ULTEM for its
prototype
parts, especially those that require drilling or must be secured with fasteners or mated with other parts.

The first Hughes OH-6 Cayuse light-observation helicopter
prototype
completed its inaugural flight Feb.

So far, evidence from
prototype
solar cells and photodetectors suggests that the newfound effect can indeed improve cells’ power outputs.

Now, a
prototype
aircraft wing has demonstrated in its first flight tests that its morphing might save fuel.

Motorola has already developed a
prototype
lower-capacity MRAM, and IBM and Infineon Technologies have begun joint development.

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This proof of concept
prototype
product software has been successfully demonstrated on several vendor’s multiprocessor systems.

Texas rancher Charles Goodnight saw an opportunity to fill this basic need and in 1866 created the
prototype
for the chuck wagon.

The firm demonstrated this with a
prototype
steel casting for the National Compact Stellarator Experiment.

Richard Strafer and author Norman Mailer each have singled out Gilmore as the
prototype
of one who plotted his own dramatic end.

The contract is for provision of high-purity niobium required for the manufacture of two cavities cupraconductrices
prototype.

Steve Coulombe, owner and president of the boat design and manufacturing firm High Torque Marine, was testing the twin-engine
prototype
Jan.

Computer simulations offer a cost-effective supplement to the traditional practice of building
prototype
models for experimental testing.

Using those images, a highly realistic, life-size,
prototype
virtual crash cart was developed and is operational on a couch-sensitive monitor.

The V-Card
prototype
features a 2-inch, color QVGA screen in a keychain style personal media player.

I developed a
prototype
system with a simple tactile output device that represented the six braille elements.

The TX-20P
prototype
incorporates a pachymeter that will automatically calculate and display corrected eye pressure measurements.

However, as you can see in the video, the device is a bit glitchy and sluggish, but this is a
prototype
after all.

Data from the 2001 Dogrib fire near Nordegg, Alberta, Canada, were used to test the Web-CA forest fire modeling
prototype.

The signature model is the Hairband, a pioneering
prototype
which combines a hairband with curved, premium shield sunglasses.

A
prototype
for the high-occupancy vehicle monitoring system has been successfully tested on the A647 in Leeds.

The shock was even greater since I remembered its
prototype, the Hovertrain, developed by the NRDC near Cambridge at St Ives.

Production and
prototype
tools for thermoplastic and thermoset injection molding.

They field tested a
prototype
last fall and recently took the first order of the injectors for demonstration purposes.

Raytheon Vision Systems and DRS Technologies will each provide 512×512 HgCdTe focal planes for the
prototype
seekers that BAE will build this summer.

The chosen grain is reproduced on a piece of vinyl-like material that is painted to match the interior trim color to be tested and then bonded to the
prototype
part.

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Data transmission from the Monju
prototype
fast-breeder reactor in central Japan has been suspended since early Monday, the Nuclear Regulation Authority said.

The project will design and develop a
prototype
to produce calcium carbonate nanoparticles and introduce them into the ceramic mass in order to obtain an homogeneous mixture.

VaST’s solutions are used to develop a virtual system
prototype
Co a cycle-accurate model of the SoC or embedded system that simulates at near real-time speeds.

The first flight took place in 1907 when Frenchman Louis Charles Berguet who developed a
prototype
gyroplane which remained above the ground for just over a minute.

Since the installation of two SP-High speed gearheads in
prototype
machines nearly a year ago, Patragnoni reports that no further problems have occurred.

Laden with possibility and redundancy in equal measure, the maquette is a kind of sculptural
prototype, doomed to supersession by the finished work.

The
prototype
chip is also a step toward neurocomputers.It will take 10 to 20 years before the method can be used to make neurocomputers in the lab.

The Record-Eagle noted that the hybrid electric
prototype
will operate on commercial service routes in Traverse City, MI for a period of three to six months.

Or is it the falling-downdrunk Dylan, the
prototype, promiscuous, tosspot poet, the tormented soul of those last grave-chasing days across the ocean?

A
prototype
test program using supercritical helium cooling from the Spallation Neutron Source at ORNL is planned as part of the Procurement Arrangement.

In March 1919, the
prototype
first flew at Hendon Aerodrome.

The first respirator
prototype
was little more than a flannelette bag soaked in sodium thiosulphate, which at the time was best known as an agent for developing photographs.

Pupils toured the Engineering Centre, tested flight simulators and learned about the methods employed by undergraduate students who had designed
prototype
model aircraft.

The
prototype, called the Modular Prosthetic Limb or MPL, can be controlled via surface electrodes or through a new surgical technique called targeted muscle reinnervation.

The company also said it has developed a
prototype
1 kilowatt system, based on steam reforming, that can generate 1 kilowatt equivalent of hydrogen gas.

Because HA is the
prototype
of biological apatites, which are in nano crystalline forms, extensive efforts have been made to produce synthetic nano HA materials.

A one-day test in Mazda’s top-level IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship SKYACTIV
prototype
race car will top the list of prizes bestowed on the global champion.

Both
prototype
physical structures demonstrated resiliency to shock and acceleration in recent air gun tests conducted at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey.

The company turfed the concept car because the
prototype
performed poorly.

A group at the University of California, Berkeley, proposed a serverless network file system architecture and developed a
prototype
implementation.

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In August 2013, the first coach bus
prototype
was made in Haiti.

Vestas has no immediate plans of commercializing the
prototype.

First, these results demonstrate that the
prototype
method can be rapidly applied to construct an efficient phagosensor to detect Salmonella enterica Typhimurium.

Eskom has constructed one small scale
prototype
windfarm at Klipheuwel in the Western Cape and another demonstrator site is near Darling with phase 1 completed.

Volume refers the number of units built, with products like consumer electronics on the high end and
prototype, medical electronics or machinery on the low end.

Auguste Dupin is generally acknowledged as the first detective in fiction and served as the
prototype
for many that were created later, including Holmes.

A short time later, his demonstration of an early telephone
prototype
at the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia brought the telephone to international attention.

It was here that he invented a waterproof dye for use on the fashionable periwigs of the time, the income from which later funded his
prototype
cotton machinery.

Only three airworthy prototypes were produced by early 1944, some three years after the first
prototype
flights of the Avro Lancaster, the most successful RAF heavy bomber.

The Technocentre gathers more than 8000 employees and comprises three main sections, The Advance Precinct, The Hive and the
prototype
build centre.

However, McLaren died in 1970 before the
prototype
could be completed.

The design of the square was new to London and had a significant influence on modern town planning, acting as the
prototype
for new estates as London grew.

With its stark sound, somber lyrics, and Nico’s deliberate change in her look, the album became a crucial music and visual
prototype
for the gothic rock movement.

Moses striking the rock in the desert, a
prototype
of baptism.

The UMTA built an extensive test site in Pueblo, Colorado, with different types of tracks for the different technologies used by the
prototype
contractors.

In that year the
prototype
metre was replaced by a formal definition which defines the metre in terms of the wavelength of specified light spectra.

Tim’s
prototype
implementation on NeXTStep is made in the space of a few months, thanks to the qualities of the NeXTStep software development system.

Testing at BAE’s Warton facility on the DA4
prototype
measured the RCS of the aircraft and investigated the effects of a variety of RAM coatings and composites.

It was condemned by Ruskin as the very model of mechanical dehumanisation in design but later came to be presented as the
prototype
of Modern architecture.

A first
prototype
has been developed relying on the low density and high light yield of the diphenylbutadiene doped para-therphenyl organic scintillator.

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The computer company has introduced a new
prototype
build to beta testers.

The Roman type used by the early Italian printers is, then, the
prototype
from which all other Roman founts are descended.

It may be regarded as a species of
prototype
of the burletta or ballad opera of later days.

The Galwegian John o’ the Scales was a more clever fellow than his
prototype.

There was sammie, a
prototype
of the caricatured Englishman in our comic papers.

This phyletic line retained the larval characters and breeding call of the
prototype.

Who is this ancient teacher or who is his
prototype
if he is an ideal being?

Hus was also a
prototype
of Luther in that he was virtually the founder of the Bohemian hymnody.

Epimenides himself was reborn in Scotus, or rather, Epimenides was Scotus’s
prototype.

The
prototype
of all these groups was an organism something like a Medusa, with a radial symmetry.

I should certainly conclude that all sexuality had descended from one
prototype.

The
prototype
which the paranoiac reconstructs in his persecution mania, is found in the relation of the child to its father.

The frogs in this phyletic line retained the moderate size of the
prototype
and did not develop additional dermal bone.

With that in mind, Mayer’s group designed a 20-cm-long
prototype
beam with a structure mimicking the brick-and-mortar design of nacre.

The French chain-bridge looked lighter and airier than the
prototype.

Xenophon’s own strategy in the anabasis is probably the
prototype.

The clavichord retained the box shape of its
prototype, the monochord.

The
prototype
will be raffled off Sunday at the 11th annual Thunder on the Lot car and motorcycle show at McAdam Park in Palmdale.

The
prototype, fabricated in partnership with Doyle Sailmakers of Salem, Massachusetts, achieved several key milestones.

The ancient
prototype
and forerunner of political influence.

The resemblance between the American borderer and his European
prototype
is singular, though not always uniform.

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The cavity magnetron was invented in 1940 and Taffy Bowen took the
prototype
in a suitcase to the USA for them to manufacture for our use.

Designs and manufactures injection, compression and blow molds for automotive
prototype
and production tooling including part-design support.

The Amazigh of North Africa represent a more logical and comprehendible
prototype.

Sunstone Circuits and National Instruments have partnered to offer an integrated PCB
prototype
and quick-turn design environment.

It has served as a
prototype
of most ancient and modern books.

They believe that every race which breeds true, let the distinctive characters be ever so slight, has had its wild
prototype.

During wind tunnel tests last spring, Kota says, the
prototype
wing resisted aerodynamic forces more than three times as great as those expected in flight.

On an adjacent site Konrad Frey, a pioneer in solar architecture in Austria since the 1970s, was commissioned by the park’s organizers for a
prototype
production building.

James has spent almost eight months crafting an Almagest
prototype.

The
prototype
Bunsen burner consisted of a metal tube with strategically drilled holes through which air could enter and mix with the combustible gas flowing through the tube.

Saying you hardly notice Geoff Smith doesn’t sound like the greatest of compliments as he tours around the country armed with three
prototype
hammered dulcimers.

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