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TRANSMISSION, civ. law. The right which heirs or legatees may have of passing to their successors, the inheritance or legacy to which they were entitled, if they happen to die without having exercised their rights. Domat, liv. 3, t. 1, s. 10; 4 Toull. n. 186; Dig. 50, 17, 54; Code, 6, 51.

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Exports of mechanical transmission devices manufactured domestically should reach NT$19.
New free, downloadable PC software helps a mold designer review and select mechanical transmission components for injection tooling such as gear racks, threaded cores, cog wheels, bearings, helical spindles, and nuts.
Possible routes of FV3 exposure in this facility are the following: exposure of the larval tank to an infected free-ranging frog, mechanical transmission during routine husbandry, or mechanical transmission by insects.
I-SAM works together with an automatic, converted mechanical transmission, which was developed within the Volvo Group, an electronic control unit as well as conventional diesel engine and batteries that are charged by braking energy.
Additionally, the truck includes a Mitsubishi Fuso Inomat II automated mechanical transmission similar to the transmission used in Fuso Class 8 trucks.
All parts, including screws, barrels, mechanical transmission, and electrical components, can be sourced from Wayne.
Unlike a car, where it is easy to "tee" a second drive array from the transmission to the wheels, a motorcycle is essentially 2-dimensional and requires complex mechanical transmission components to drive the front wheel, resulting in awkward front suspension members and frame elements, together with unorthodox styling.
These systems use no gears, toothed timing belts, shafts or other inertia causing mechanical transmission, but rather are direct driven, allowing precise speed control and virtually instantaneous speed changes required in the production of bump or taper tubing.
Without the mutual openness and reciprocity of hospitality, teaching becomes mechanical transmission of data, learning becomes receipt of information without internal impact, scholarship falls into lifeless and isolated inquiry, and service deteriorates into quid pro quo arrangements.
The system also uses no mechanical transmission, a significant maintenance item on conventional diesel buses.
They Will Perform Works By Partially Dismantling the Wear Parts and Subassemblies Common System Components, Metal Picket Replace Damaged Components Semaphores, Mechanical Transmission Components, Checking the Operation of All Subassemblies, Dyeing Plant.
Plus LSE 16-speed direct drive automated mechanical transmission on the ProStar[sup.