PowerPlay


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PowerPlay

A decision support system from Cognos that summarizes information for management. It combines EIS and DSS features in an integrated environment, and its Transformer creates multidimensional views of information. It runs on Windows clients and VMS and Unix servers.
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He said: "Our powerplay and our discipline are what hurt us.
It took the Blaze less than four minutes to equalise with a powerplay hit home by Chambers but the Vipers went back into the lead again (32) when Mark Rooneem capitalised on another powerplay chance.
Quickfire powerplay markers from Leigh Jamieson and Phillips 55 seconds apart then fired GB into a 3-1 lead by the 35th minute.
But if SEA fishing is your game, the pounds 130 Powerplay beachcasting rod and reel will be won by the top-scoring shore or boat-caught fish, excluding minis in official UK record lists.
The four-goal cushion was restored, however, when Nathan Salem scored on the powerplay, which was quickly followed by Murdy's powerplay marker at 34.
It took Devils just eight minutes 43 seconds to get on the board with a powerplay goal scored by Sam Bryant, assisted by Owen Griffiths.
Blaze have one of the worst powerplay percentages in the Elite League, which has not been helped by the loss of Weaver, who has missed the past six matches having undergone knee surgery.
Also in the ninth minute Pavel Kowalczyk cut the deficit only for Longstaff to restore the Vipers three-goal lead on 14 minutes during a Capitals powerplay.
Powerplay two-piece 12ft beachcasters are designed for heavy lead work, 6oz to 8oz, with silicon carbide (SIC) line guides and a glazed tip for spotting shy bites.
After Campbell's first-period opener, Mike Rees scored the Bees' second on a powerplay in the middle period and Lukas Smital made it 3-0 at 46.
Ruggles scored on a powerplay before Ron Shudra showed his skill, breaking up an attack before skating to the far end to collect a pass to score.