skot


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skot

[skät]
(optics)
A unit of luminance, used particularly to measure low-level luminance, equal to 10-3 apostilb, or 10-3/π nit.
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However, the new results from SKOT show that breastfeeding also affects levels of IGF-I and insulin at 9 months, i.
By creating an organized tool set in a single container, PM SKOT also solved mobility problems.
By eliminating redundancy, PM SKOT made SATS into a streamlined and comparatively lightweight tool set, weighing 13,620 pounds and taking up less than 700 cubic feet of space (compared to a combined total of 39,750 pounds and 2,186 cubic feet for the replaced tool sets).
IF YOU HAVE ANY SKO QUESTIONS OR YOU HAVE SUGGESTIONS FOR TOOLS THAT SHOULD BE ADDED TO ANY TOOL KITS, WRITE: Product Manager, PM SKOT ATTN: AMSTA-LC-CT Rodman Ave, Bldg 104, 1st floor Rock Island, IL 61299-7630
Contact Daniel Stark at PM SKOT, DSN 793-0131, (309) 862-0131 or email him: starkd@ria.
If you have any questions or suggestions concerning sets, kits, outfits, tools and training systems (SKOT), visit the SKOT website: http://pmskot.
FOR THE LATEST INFO ON SETS, KITS, OUTFITS, TOOLS AND TRAINING SYSTEMS, VISIT THE PM SKOT WEBSITE: http://pmskot.