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This malfunction results in an expended casing being wedged between the slide and chamber, thus rendering the pistol out of battery.
Correlate various items of measurement information, including vibration, pressure, temperature and acceleration to detect signs of malfunction with a high rate of accuracy.
Given that the malfunction theory implicates permissible inferences for a fact-finder absent direct evidence, the theory essentially operates as a rule of evidence.
The different video laparoscopic diagnoses in cases of PD catheter malfunction are listed in Table 2.
1) If the malfunction is grave enough, half the number of patients between QC events will contain an unacceptable amount of error.
The sight of a well-known woman's breast during wardrobe malfunction is normally accompanied by the clicking of paparazzi cameras so should not be confused with the sight of a woman's boob during breast-feeding, which is accompanied only by the clicking of my camera.
Annual malfunction rate is the number of new malfunctioning septic systems divided by the total number of septic systems in the study area during a 12-month period.
The study also found that device malfunctions occurred during attempted resuscitation in 370 patients.
The annual pacemaker malfunction replacement rate waned significantly during the years covered by the study.
A technical malfunction at Los Angeles International Airport yesterday (7 August) delayed flights not only at the airport but also around the United States.
It confirmed the cause of the malfunction, which can be resolved by downloading new software, is still being investigated.