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blockout

In a concrete structure under construction, a space where concrete is not to be placed.
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Blockout Traffic also shows exact position of a user by using the GPS in the phone.
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Teach defensive players to find their blockout responsibility, initiate the contact, and then go to the ball.
BLOCKOUT is calculated by summing all voting rights held in blocks of 5% or more (not including such voting rights held by insiders) and expressing the sum as a fraction of the total available voting rights.
While it comes in degrees ranging from 10 percent to 100 percent blockout, I recommend 65 percent to 73 percent for top-quality foliage plants.
The working process depends on using direct photo emulsion for the initial border area of the print so that subsequent screen blockout materials and inks can be taken out without removing the photo emulsion border.
Customers with HP Scitex LX600 or LX800 Printers(9) can benefit from the new inks - as well as double-sided printing capabilities(10) for blockout banners - by purchasing the HP Scitex LX610 Inks Upgrade Kit.
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A turnover here, a blockout here, making a free throw here, and the score would've been different," Lipp said.