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The dosing itself is controlled using an intermitting solenoid valve.
This new Fed emphasis helped set the stage for the Fed's subsequent aggressive intermitting easing move on January 3, 2001.
Old technology was based on the start-stop, intermitting units, whereas this machine with its continuous mode can operate 30-50% faster," he noted.
In 1652 Captain Bradnox was implicated in the death of James Wilson, but the court cleared him when it ruled that Wilson died "of an intermitting fever with the dropsy and scurvy and the stripes given him by his master not long before his death were not material.
The verdict of the Coroner's jury was that the deceased died of bilious (sic) intermitting fever, aggravated if not superinduced by severe flagellation.