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Meanwhile, local tractor assembling during last five months also grew by 64.
Meanwhile, local tractors assembling during last five months also grew by 64.
In the comparison with the classical assembling systems this system has some additional possibilities for minimization of time for assembling one product and for assembling of one run.
The problem is that the line-up bolts are not long enough and we can't screw the nuts onto the other bolts to tighten the wheel halves together, especially when assembling new tires.
The materials for assembling the products are directly supplied from mills and a molding factory that are owned by the same company and are located nearby.
Instead of them having to deal with multiple components or assembling the part themselves, they only see one part.
The Tax Court reviewed the training and experience required of operators at the two subsidiaries to become proficient at assembling the sunglasses.
Contract manufacturers often also offer a higher level of service than an OEM can obtain by manufacturing in-house or by collecting parts from a number of suppliers and assembling them itself.
Current techniques for assembling carbon nanotubes on chips aren't yet up to the job of making complex circuits.
2 billion by assembling the new fighter in Palmdale.
DITA (Darwin Information Typing Architecture) is an XML standard that is both a set of DTD's (Document Type Definitions) and an architecture for re-using and dynamically assembling content.
Launching them would be more like flying an airplane rather than assembling a new rocket for each mission.

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