deep penetration


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deep penetration

deep penetration
“T” tail aircraft with stalled turbulent air blanketing the tail plane.
The action of flying far into enemy territory on a military mission. The depth of penetration has not been defined, but it increases as the technology advances.
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Foaming action for pin-point application and deep penetration
A B-17 pilot, he flew deep penetration missions over Europe, including the first shuttle mission from England to Poltava, USSR.
Only the vapour presence combinated with thermal conduction and convection effect will provide a deep penetration of the welding.
It features other performance characteristics once reserved for oil-based formulas, such as superior flow and leveling and deep penetration for better sealed surfaces, without sacrificing the environmental benefits of being water-based.
The 400-grain DGX (Dangerous Game eXpanding) bullet is designed with a heavy, copper-clad steel jacket to deliver very controlled expansion, with deep penetration.
During surgery, if Coblation is inadvertently activated instead of coagulation, a rapid, deep penetration into the tonsil fossa tissue may ensue.
3) A surfactant blend that strips away grease and slime from the roots permitting deep penetration into the root mass.
Rebel spokesman Rasiah Ilanthirayan accused government special forces soldiers, known as deep penetration units, of infiltrating rebel territory and setting of the blast alongside Sivanesan's car as it travelled through Mankulam village.
The problem is that when he gets an erection his penis bends which affects his ability to give deep penetration during sex.
The author takes the reader back into history when, during the Seven Years War, American colonial frontiersman Robert Rogers raised, equipped and commanded a special force named <<Rogers' Rangers>>, that specialised in reconnaissance and deep penetration raids.
Power options to 5kW for deep penetration cuts are offered.
The deep penetration of China's burgeoning manufacturing sector into commercial and consumer markets worldwide has made it a major player in the world economy - and emboldened it to ignore international concerns about its nonchalance about intellectual rights, the environment and product safety.

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