The Kiosk will consist of a lager 4~x8~ center section
with a topographical map of the greater City/Lake Eva area.
The multi-bay box is a test article that represents part of the center section
of a futuristic airplane design, called a hybrid wing body.
Obviously, the 11-inch center section
is cavernous, and its use might encourage the dump-it-all-in style this system is intended to overcome.
The standard modular twin hull design is 65' with a 21'6" beam and a 2'6" draft, and can be assembled by coupling a center section
to the bow section, then coupling the stern to the center section
; the three sections provide one continuous hull that offers excellent buoyancy.
Cut out the center section
with a circular saw, cutting from hole to hole (Photo 1).
Rear section with complete interrupted thread assembly for buffer to lock onto and center section
with grip mounting holes intact and ejector plate in place.
Due to an editing error, Los Angeles's Geffen Playhouse was said to be located in San Diego in "The Lighter Side of Stop-pard," in the Front & Center section
Experts say camp fairs are another good way to learn about multiple camps in one outing and meet senior staff face-to-face (a list of suggested questions for camp personnel are in the media center section
GCMAS is recommended for all molds on presses up to 2000 tons but is said to be especially helpful to align the center section
of stack molds, to prevent platen flit with very large molds, and to align multi-cavity molds with critical blank-off areas, such as tools for hinged closures, medical parts, thin-wall parts, and ones with thin cores.
Line up one end cap at each end of the tent's center section
In 28 trials, the researchers found, the monocle bream in the center section
tended to hover near the cleaner fish that was hard at work-almost as if it were waiting its turn with that cleaner.
When the center section
is Folded down it creates an armrest for outboard occupants and activates the bolsters into the fully deployed position for side support and comfort.