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The ref stops the game and the fans in that area are told if the culprit(s) are not pointed out, all of them will be ejected.
One of the pilots allegedly received an injury after he ejected from the aircraft.
While the cause of the crash has not yet been determined, there have been no reports of any on-ground injuries while the two pilots inside also managed to eject using parachutes before the plane crashed.
I order the Sergent-at-Arms to eject the gentleman,' Kajwang' said.
"It's really odd that the first object we would see from outside our system would be an asteroid, because a comet would be a lot easier to spot and the Solar System ejects many more comets than asteroids," lead author of the study Alan Jackson, a postdoc at the Centre for Planetary Sciences at the University of Toronto Scarborough, who specializes in planet and solar system formation, ( said in a statement.
The final conclusion is while you don't necessarily need to safely eject all the time - it's a very good habit to get into.
PHIL Rear Eject Bodies, adaptable to any make and model of articulated off-highway truck as well as a number of rigid frame trucks, can be used as auxiliary feeders, delivering material to a crusher if a primary feeder malfunctions or breaks down.
A series of low-temperature thermal tests were undertaken to check that distortion of the system did not impact the performance of the ejection mechanism, both in terms of resulting eject velocity and spin rates.
- Fish-Spear-Headed fastener which provide easy installation to snap in and fasten the ejector on PCB - Ejecting handler provides easy-to-use mechanism to eject a1.8" microSATA drives
JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) has said that it could eject Nigeria from a key bond index.
What we recommended then, and I recommend now, is to simply let the round eject and fall to the deck.
Berlin, Rabi'I 16, 1435, Jan 17, 2014, SPA -- The German military says a Tornado combat jet crashed on a training mission but both the pilot and co-pilot were able to eject to safety.