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Total quantity or scope: The supply of fuel in the fuel tanks (reservoirs) of SJSC "Latvian road maintainer ~needs.
So, the present investigation was undertaken to identify maintainer and restorer lines from diverged rice genotypes against exotic and local cyto-sources.
It's one of three major areas that fall under aerospace propulsion, and they work hand-in-hand with flightline engine troops and engine test cell maintainers.
To cover all of the bases, we decided to invest more time in the preflight and enlist the help of additional maintainers to make sure the aircraft was no longer frog infested.
A cargo strap was attached to the blade root so the maintainers on top could hold it in position to prevent that blade from falling once all bolts were removed; one bolt remained.
For example, the letter code that designated a maintainer as an F-15 crew chief was removed, and now that maintainer is coded as a more generic Combat Air Force (CAF) (fighter) crew chief.
These features facilitate making the PRM-34B an essential tool for all SINCGARS radio operators and maintainers.
Failed: if the appliance was lost or removed due to poor design (soft tissue irritation), faulty construction (breakage), failure of the cementation, failure of a space maintainer due to caries, pulpal/ periodontal pathology of the abutment tooth, or poor patient attendance;
If a maintainer is out in the field and he has a problem, he can show an SME [subject-matter expert] the problem by putting a video camera on it and the SME can then use voice, chat, and streaming video to provide a diagnosis and solution to the problem.
In the early morning hours, two maintainers were removing an F-16 Rudder ISA.
Our Safety Center analysts set out to produce an ORM product that aviation maintainers could use on the job.
When I completed signing the A sheet, I turned and saw a maintainer standing on the ladder.