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single shot

[′siŋ·gəl ′shät]
(ordnance)
Semiautomatic operation of an automatic gun, in which the trigger must be pulled for each shot fired.
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There is a trend toward single-shot covers being used in high volume, low to mid range priced cars.
It is the one piece of equipment that distinguishes a multiple-warhead missile from the single-shot kind.
Q: I have a single-shot bolt-action Remington Nylon 10.
LEIDEN, The Netherlands, September 26 /PRNewswire/ -- OctoPlus, the Dutch drug delivery and development company, and SingVax Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based vaccine development company, today announced their collaboration to co-develop a single-shot Japanese encephalitis (JE) vaccine.
Jen Liu's Soldiers of Light, 2005, is a head-on, single-shot video projection of eleven young, ethnically diverse men and women, varied in their personal grooming from beards and ponytails to shaved heads and in style from casual and baggy to tight and tailored.
In a nutshell: Astounding, single-shot tour of 300 years of Russian history, set entirely in and around St.
Other recent advances are the first infrared closed-loop process-control device, single-shot foam/solid multi-layer structures, metallocene polyolefins for rotomolding, recycling of crosslinked resins, automated mold-filling devices, and a current project that places a camera and light source inside a mold to observe the process.
Newer and faster products will surely follow, but the SDA18000 led the way in enabling a whole new class of single-shot measurements.
The Remington Rolling Block, as well as being one of the most versatile and efficient single-shot designs ever, is important in that it probably saw use by more militaries the world over during the 19th century than any other rifle of its type.
Some hunters have been predicting the death of the single-shot centerfire rifle ever since the invention of the self-contained cartridge.
Miller Arms manufactures single-shot actions and custom rifles.
The most popular application of these single-shot methods is to "bury" regrind or less costly materials under an outer skin that must meet strict aesthetic or functional requirements.

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