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in Scots criminal law, the possession of property dishonestly appropriated by another, for example by theft, knowing it to have been so obtained and intending that the owner should be deprived of it. It may be committed by being privy to the retention of the property from the true owner. A wife, in Scotland, cannot be charged in respect of goods brought in by her husband unless she has taken an active part in trading in the goods.
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Multiple activation temperature ratings (72C, 77C, 82C, 85C, 90C) help to provide resettable and accurate over-temperature protection.
He assisted in advising Bank Asya on their Fixed Rate Resettable Subordinated Tier 2 Certificates due 2023 and was part of the team that advised the joint lead managers on the Republic of Turkey's debut sovereign Sukuk issuance.
The new miniSMDM075 and miniSMDM110 resettable fuses offer the lowest resistance available in devices with this performance rating and size, with maximum resistances of 0.
Equity and long-term debt issues settle today in next-day--or clearinghouse--funds, whereas a potpourri of money market and pseudo money market instruments (like resettable or medium-term notes) as well as mortgage-backed and government securities settle in same-day, or "federal," funds.
The LoRho Surface Mount Resettable PPTC series offers circuit designers a variety of key benefits:
The Utah-based bank is planning to offer a minimum of five million shares, representing a 1/40th interest in Series-E fixed-rate resettable preferred shares, for USD25 each.
The 8 pins per channel are accessed via 2 34-pin IDC type headers, which include a resettable 0.
5" color touch panel, 200 parts programs, an automatic and manual mode, a Siemens S7-200 PLC controller, Siemens Micromaster AC motor drives, fuseless and resettable motor protection, a 5 hp variable speed throw wheel motor, a 2 hp variable speed media feed, energy efficient inverter duty motors, password protection and a free-standing enclosure.
The NIS5112 isan integrated self-protected, resettable, electronic fuse that utilises a high side N-channel FET, driven by an internal charge pump.
The Quick-Mount Combination Cable Lock and the Quick-Mount Mega Combination Cable Lock feature a four-digit resettable combination lock instead of a keyed lock.
Additional features on these new ovens include True Vacuum valves; interchangeable door gaskets and independent, resettable circuit breakers to prevent electrical overload.
Gianluca Tosini and Michael Menaker of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville have now erased such doubts by finding resettable circadian rhythms in retinas removed from hamsters and maintained in culture in the lab for several days.