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differential

n. the buttocks; the rear (end). (From the name of the device that joins the axle to the driveshaft in motorized vehicles.) You’re walking like there’s something wrong with your differential.
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Full-locking differentials are an expensive upgrade (around $700 to $1,000 plus labor), yet they are a good investment if you frequently travel remote country and gnarly trails.
Of course, automated differentials cannot completely replace manual differentials; and there are certain situations (failure of the machine to provide a parameter, instrument flags, and other pre-determined laboratory factors) that still require a manual differential.
The second section shows that no single explanation can account for how the inflation differentials change over time.
And while Harty claims ATD could be used to decontent Mitsubishi's and Honda's elaborate AWD systems without harming their performance, some entry-level vehicles would require additional pieces (multi-plate limited-slip differential, steering sensor, infrastructure to support its actuation, the Prodrive ECU) to reach the required baseline.
This minimizes the amount of data backed up and therefore reduces the time needed for the "backup window" making it different from differential backup.
Loose web edges cause heat transfer differentials and thus poor edge bond, tension related warp, and waste.
Checking the differential bolts on your Stryker is a before- and after-operation PMCS check, drivers.
1, 1991, large corporate underpayments (generally defined as those in excess of $100,000) have accrued interest at an additional two percentage points, thus resulting in a three percentage point rate differential between the overpayment and the underpayment rates.
THE DIFFERENTIAL BETWEEN national and retail advertising rates increased at the largest-circulation daily newspapers while declining at smaller newspapers during 1993, according to the latest American Association of Advertising Agencies Newspaper Rate Differential report.
In this Decision Resources report, we examine overall price differentials among the world's seven largest pharmaceutical markets (the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Japan) and review the pricing hierarchy in individual markets.
If the level gets to 1/2 or below, fill the differential to 3/4 with gear oil, NSN 9150-01-035-5393.
Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation (NYSE:ETN), announced today that its new EGerodisc(TM) electronic limited slip differential will be used as standard equipment on the front and rear axles of the Quadra Drive II(TM) package on the all-new 2005 Jeep(R) Grand Cherokee, beginning later this year.
The new crude oil price differentials will be effective January 1, 2004 until December 31, 2005.
In light of these dynamics, pharmaceutical firms will need to retool their managed care contracting and marketing strategies, including: contracting and product pricing strategies to optimize profitability relative to fixed dollar copays and percentage copays; pricing research on consumer sensitivity to pricing differentials and perceived brand loyalty, and the impact rising copays will have on patient compliance with medication.
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