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The trigger cord attaches to the upward string/cable, so the cord is under tension at rest, and slackens at full draw, which eliminates any influence on cam timing or holding weight of the bow.
Network encryption appliances help fill a growing security gap, securing data both at rest stored on storage devices and on the SAN itself.
Everyone has a resting metabolic rate (RMR), which is the amount of calories your body uses during the day while you are at rest to fuel body processes.
70pc: Mild symptoms at rest, worsened to severe by physical or mental activity.
Having worked for film and television producer Roger Corman from 1994 to 1998, McDevitt here provides an introduction to Malerie Marder's A Thousand Words entry on the artist's first video work, At Rest, which debuts at Salon 94 in New York next month.
Post signs at rest areas that give a point of contact for reporting crime.