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More importantly it is unshrouded and so can be accidentally depressed.
Mohamed Samraoui's "Bloodshed Years" are books, among others, that unshrouded the most enshrouded shocking facts about the Algerian military institutions.
In early production the ejector rod was unshrouded, allowing shooters to pull the ejector rod forward to release the cylinder.
* An unshrouded equal mass sensor element that provides a noise-filtered response (S).
It features a six-inch bright blue or bright nickel barrel with unshrouded ejector rod, six-round .38 Special cylinder and a square butt.
However, the technology's unshrouded rotor blades create problems for controlling noise.
Other men, he says, also "find the mirk gruesome / among the dead unshrouded." Torhthelm clearly has reasons for making his claim, and this satisfies Searle's first requirement for acts of assertion.
The work had already been seen in progress and unshrouded by numerous visitors, and apparently it was Buchel's objection to this, and to certain aspects of Mass MOCA'S work on the installation, that prompted the museum to launch defensive litigation--the first time a US art institution has ever sought legal sanction to present work against an artist's will.
24, 2001, at A26; The Face of Liberation, Unshrouded, L.A.
While she strips herself naked in body and soul every time they make love, he remains shrouded, and so she leaves him, not for some mythically unshrouded man but for what she believes to be the naked truth of herself.
According to Bard, "The continuous-dress creep-feed system we're supplying for Pratt & Whitney is a fully automated, computer-controlled system for manufacturing shrouded and unshrouded turbine blades.
In this paper, effects of the squealer tip section have been examined comprehensively for an unshrouded HP turbine blade in a linear cascade.