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RACK, punishments. An engine with which to torture a supposed criminal, in order to extort a confession of his supposed crime, and the names of his supposed accomplices. Unknown in the United States.
     2. This instrument, known by the nickname of the Duke of Exeter's daughter, was in use in England. Barr. on the Stat. 866 12 S. & R. 227.

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The report includes the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global data center rack market for the period 2015-2019.
The Tier-Rack mobile rack has become the bag rack of choice.
When not all racks have heat exchangers and heat exchangers are used to remove the entire heat load, the server fans pull in the air exiting the racks.
Leave roughly 10mm of the screws standing out of the wall in order to mount your rack.
With the costs of warehouse storage space on the rise, including both the actual floor square footage and the pallet rack inside the facility, a company certainly doesn't need any additional unplanned costs to maintain their warehouse.
Whether setting up or replacing storage rack systems, warehouse operators are often confronted with a dazzling number of choices.
Spacesaver racks have retractable doors, which makes it easier to use adjacent racks without the doors blocking each other.
We're seeing a trend towards the modular rack system.
But the council rejected a proposal by Hahn and Councilman Bernard Parks that would have allowed the news racks to be one of five colors to reflect their different marketing efforts and to help smaller publishers.
Arrange Racks in Rows to Establish Hot and Cold Aisles: Racks should be aligned front-to-front along cold aisles, and back-to-back along hot aisles.
Offered at a base price of $2,999, the Gateway 850 comes with three 36GB hard disk drives and built-in standard rack rails at no additional charge.
I suggest using a drying rack, and keeping everything labeled.