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fuze

[fyüz]
(electricity)
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The Junghans DM74 multi-option fuze for 105 mm to 203 mm bursting projectiles has proximity, point detonation, delay and time modes.
Video communication is integral to the way we work at Groupon and Fuze has helped us think very differently about this type of technology," said Tim Sheff, manager global multimedia technologies, Groupon.
5 million people used Fuze, a 100 percent increase year over year.
Fuze Network is a Salt Lake City based payments technology company that provides an integrated card services platform offering traditional merchant services as well as new transaction types that allow funds to be pushed to any of the 1.
Lee Rouvray, Contracts Manager at Fitzpatrick Mechanical Services Ltd, explained the benefits of using the Fuze system: "It has enabled us to complete our installation in a quicker, safer and more cost effective manner, which is vital when undertaking any project due to the tight timescales we adhere to.
Fuze not only provides them with an opportunity to leverage their huge user base, but gives them the most advanced client solution, as well as a channel to communicate with customers and generate additional revenue in a very challenging industry environment," concluded JF Sullivan, EVP Product Management and CMO, Acision.
Jean and Cochran are mechanical engineers and Pines is a materials scientist in the Fuze and Initiation Systems Branch at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division.
The coolness in the air coupled with the mass greenery were comfortably dazzling, and left me at ease as I found my way up the few steps that lead to my destination, Fuze.
C[pounds sterling]The flash-based Sansa Fuze rounds out the Sansa product family as our compact middleweight MP3 player, joining the popular, tiny Sansa Clip and video-centric Sansa View already available in the region,C[yen] says Tareq Husseini, sales director SanDisk Mediterranean, Middle East & Africa.
Although it would have taken the young Airman a bit more time spinning the arming vane before getting the fuze to arm, the situation never would have come up if I had properly briefed and monitored him.
The US Army has recently been busying itself with the testing and certification of a variety of self-destruct fuze (SDF) products.
Army's Armament, Research and Engineering Center to produce and demonstrate the performance of 120 of the company's PEMERY P-100 proprietary fuel cells for use as post-launch power sources for the Army's Multi-Option Fuze Artillery (MOFA).