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AT-3

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The original name of MATH-MATIC.

[Sammet 1969, p. 135].
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They can transform from fight to flight mode, tearing up the terrain or speeding through the skies with the Quad Rotor , which transforms from a motorcycle to a quad copter and includes exclusive Cloud Cruisin' Leo figure and with the Tri-Flyer , which transforms from an AT-3 to a jet and includes exclusive Jet Jammin' Raph.
PLANE CRASHES IN TAIWAN: A trainer aircraft AT-3 belonging to Taiwan Air Forces Academy collided with another AT-3 and nosedived to the ground on Tuesday during routine training flights.
The DRAGON system was developed in the 1960s as a response to the Soviet development of the AT-3 SAGGER manpack missile system, carried in a fiberglass container about the size of a small suitcase.
Sasajima landed in Dubai recently to meet its regional distributors and for the launch of new oriental musical keyboards - AT-3 and AT-5.
Additionally, static reservoir pressure readings indicated that the main Ordovician gas reservoir in this area is in the same pressure regime as that encountered at wells AT-1, AT-2, and AT-3.
From Poland's Aero and its AT-3 trainer to India's Hindustan Aeronautics and its HAL Druv helicopter, there's a lot more to the Paris Air Show than just the likes of Airbus and Boeing, says Business Week .
IR fighters were also armed with individual anti-tank weapons such as the RPG-7, RPG-9, TOW, AT-3, AT-4, AT-5, AT- 13, and the AT-14.
Besides anti-tank mines, Hezbollah is thought to possess anti-tank missiles more advanced than the 1970s-era Soviet AT-3 Sagger anti-tank missile.
AT-1 Early moose 26/2 AT-2 Neolithic beaver 7/2 AT-3 fox 1/1 (middle- bird 1/1 southern taiga) moose 1/1 AT-2 beaver 2/2 AT-3 (middle- southern taiga) Early moose 42/?
Hole CR05-1 was collared 200 ft west of and 50 ft above AT-3 and CR05-2 was collared 200 ft NNW of and 50 ft above AT-3.
The AT-3 trainers, used by the air force's Thunder Tigers aerobatic team, collided at 11:17 a.