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phantom

[′fan·təm]
(geology)
A bed or member that is absent from a specific stratigraphic section but is usually present in a characteristic position in a sequence of similar geologic age.
(nucleonics)
A volume of material approximating as closely as possible the density and effective atomic number of living tissue, used in biological experiments involving radiation.
(petrology)
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Phantom is the epitome of effortless style, an historical nameplate that occupies its very individual space in the luxury constellation, said Ayman Ghanem, General Manager of Sales for Middle East and Africa at the unveil, and continued: Every one of our customers each a connoisseur of true luxury was asking for something even more individual to them, and we are proud to present New Phantom as a modern yet timeless masterpiece which allows to make your motor car truly as unique as your fingerprint.
He continued: "Every one of our customers - each a connoisseur of true luxury - was asking for something even more individual to them, and we are proud to present New Phantom as a modern yet timeless masterpiece which allows to make your motor car truly as unique as your fingerprint.
Every one of our customers, each a connoisseur of true luxury, was asking for something even more individual to them, and we are proud to present the new Phantom as a modern yet timeless masterpiece which allows to make your motor car truly as unique as your fingerprint.
Phantom is the epitome of effortless style, an historical nameplate that occupies its very individual space in the luxury constellation", said Ayman Ghanem, General Manager of Sales for Middle East and Africa at the unveil, and continued: "Every one of our customers was asking for something even more individual to them, and we are proud to present New Phantom as a modern yet timeless masterpiece which allows to make your motor car truly as unique as your fingerprint.
Vectra and Phantom share a mission to automate threat detection and response," said Mike Banic, vice president of marketing at Vectra.
The origin and secrets of one of the world's longest-running comic-strip heroes are revealed in The Phantom Unmasked, an academic's look at the Phantom, in the United States and abroad.
When General Motors opened a testing ground in Michigan, it was discovered that no cars could manage even two laps of the four-mile circuit at full throttle without damaging their engines' big ends but the Phantom managed that, and more, at a steady 80mph without a failure.
DJI, the world's leading maker of unmanned aerial vehicles, on Tuesday launched the Phantom 4, the first consumer quadcopter camera (or "drone") to use highly advanced computer vision and sensing technology to make professional aerial imaging easier for everyone.
The coupe and the drophead coupe will also go out of production but will end their lives with a limited edition run of 50 cars under the name the Phantom Zenith.
In this paper we have developed a novel phantom called the T-Phantom (Trajectory Phantom) which is to the author's knowledge the first stereotactic phantom which enables simultaneous measurements both in deviation from target and entry positions and angular deviation from the planned trajectory.
The Phantom II attained icon status in service with the Royal Air Force (RAF).
THE ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM 2 is an imposing sight that magnifies its heritage.