throttle down


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In many Android devices, the 810 has to throttle down aggressively as it heats up, ending up not much faster than the 808.
Sure, I could go into the settings on my Apple TV and change my preferred quality from HD to SD, but Amazon simply gives viewers the warning that if bandwidth isn't sufficient (and the Wi-Fi in my house is plenty fast, for what it's worth), it will throttle down from HD to SD on its own.
2,3000 Swing Tip When your swing feels off and shots are erratic, one simple check you should do is throttle down on your swing speed.
Basically, when you put the throttle down, the system temporarily advances spark timing to within one degree of the knock limit and increases injector timing.
Numerous reports indicate that Iranian authorities restrict access to thousands of American and European websites, particularly those of international news sources, and even throttle down Internet connections to limit the ability of Iranians to surf the rest of the Web.
I stayed calm and went immediately into emergency checks, put the throttle down and radioed the airfield, so I could go down to land.
When it was out of sight, my father took the throttle down.
It's an early hint of the overriding trouble with "Getaway": It tries to put the throttle down before turning the key.
It won't allow more than 20 pounds of boost without dying, so I was going half throttle down the straights.
R&I points out that the Latvian government forecasts the economic growth rate to throttle down to 2.