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shakeout

[′shāk‚au̇t]
(metallurgy)
Removing a casting from a sand mold.
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Everyone, everywhere should know how to protect themselves in an earthquake," said Mark Benthien, Global ShakeOut Coordinator and Outreach Director at the Southern California Earthquake Center.
USC has set up a public information page about California's Great ShakeOut at www.
One of the things that was learned in the post-'90s shakeout was that generic ASPs are a contradiction in terms.
com were up for sale were viewed as clear indicators of the shakeout.
While noting the limited availability of retail space, many vendors indicated that the category retains room to develop before a major shakeout occurs.
In its most recent survey of ISO 9000 registrars in North America, the National ISO 9000 Support Group discovered a price shakeout and increased success for companies seeking registration.
She actually likes a lot of what's going on in the $300-billion-a-year insurance industry, which is reacting to the prospect of federal control by accelerating toward a major shakeout.
the leading Managed Insurance Services Provider for the Property and Casualty (P&C) industry, will participate in the 2012 Great ShakeOut, the world's largest earthquake preparedness drill, on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 1:18 p.
Following the 27th and 25th Anniversaries of the Loma Prieta Earthquake and Oakland Hills Firestorm, respectively; October 20, 2016 is International ShakeOut Day when millions of people worldwide participate in local Great Shakeout Earthquake Drills, at 10:20 a.
17 during the Great ShakeOut, an earthquake preparation drill.
General Kinematics has introduced its Vibra-Claim series of vibratory shakeout/sand attrition mills, which use a solid shakeout deck to remove sand molds from castings.