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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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com) says there are and drivers who take the right steps can add many years to the life of their auto transmissions.
The primary requirements and customer benefits underpinning the further development of automatic transmissions," said Wagner, "include a reduction of fuel consumption, a reduction of pollution, vehicle performance improvement, increasing torque capacity, greater comfort, sportiness, noise reduction, resource conservation, and competitiveness.
Virus transmission characteristics will not be completely known in advance, but difficulties in influenza control typically include peak infectivity early in illness, a short interval between cases, and to a lesser extent, transmission from persons with incubating or asymptomatic infection.
This is supported by studies of vertical transmission, as well as by the large STD-intervention study in Rakai, Uganda, in which plasma HIV RNA viral load of less than 1500 copies/mL was associated with no transmissions.
The automatic transmission, rotational test machine (RTM) has the capability of testing automatic transmission seals insitu, under the actual performance demands of the most modern designed transmissions.
The term is becoming a misnomer; some of the communication links involve radio transmissions via satellite, microwave transmissions and fiber optic cables.
Predicting the demand for 6-speed automatic transmissions will continue to grow to more than 30% of new vehicles sold by 2012, General Motors Corp.
The small number of transmissions in these other countries suggests that the close contact required for transmission did not occur, whereas in China, community-based transmission has continued.
Transmission technology has developed into an innovative driving force in the automotive industry with both autoshift and twin-clutch gearboxes providing alternatives to conventional automated transmissions.