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ejection

in Scotland, the delict of dispossessing a person permanently from his land or an action to remove a person from lands.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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The aircraft show the evolution of Martin-Baker ejections seats from the Mk-10 fitted in the Hawk, the Mk-14 Navy Aircrew Common Ejection Seat (NACES) in the F-18, and the US16E in the F-35A.
The ACES II ejection seat has helped save more than 650 lives since it was first introduced in 1978 and has a spinal injury rate of less than one percent.
The case can bang off the rear of the ejection port instead of just hopping out like it's supposed to.
The data suggests that dietary supplementation may be a valuable addition to treatment for exercise intolerance among heart failure patients with reduced ejection fraction, Coggan said.
In this work, an instrumented mold was used, equipped with sensors to simultaneously monitor cavity pressure, surface temperature of the part and ejection force.
An ejection fraction of 35 to 39 percent is moderately below normal and is considered mild heart failure, when the left ventricle doesn't contract strongly enough and less blood is pumped throughout the body.
An ejection test examines a missile's "cold-launch system," which uses high pressure steam to propel a missile out of the launch canister into the air before its engines ignite.
Results: A total of 288 patients were included in this study, 223 (77.4%) patients had reduced ejection fraction (EF) 50% HFpEF.
The trial enrolled 14 patients with either ischemic or non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathy with left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) of 35 percent or below and New York Heart Association (NYHA) Class III or Ambulatory Class IV heart failure.
Principal investigator Raj Makkar of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center said what was encouraging beyond the safety was "the concordance between the clinical improvement and the physiologic measurements of trends for improved ejection fraction and reverse remodeling."
Upon league rules, an ejection from the game merits an automatic one-game suspension.