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1. A flat canopy, as over a bed, throne, pulpit, or tomb.
2. In a church, the same as sounding board.
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The choice between manual and downloadable PAT testers boils down to the number appliances which have to be tested.
Paints containing natural pigments can vary in colour quite considerably from batch to batch, so if you're not going to buy tester pots, make sure all your paint comes from the same batch and check that it matches the colour chart before you use it.
FX-7100 COF tester is a full featured digital-based friction tester, which can be run as a stand-alone machine or a computer-assisted tester with optional FX-7000 quality control software for automatic calculation and graphical display of static and kinetic friction data.
In a similar vein, Profile Solutions is showing new "budge" leak testers for large containers (5 to 220 liters).
All tests are transportable, stable and repeatable and can be moved from tester to tester, line to line or site to site with no impact on the quality of test.
My unit invested in a $30 battery tester and we Feel like we saved more than $300 in the first 6 months by not throwing away good batteries.
Among respondents with AIDS, 24% were classified as early testers and 45% were classified as late testers; the 21% who tested positive for HIV more than one year but less than five years before AIDS diagnosis and the 8% for whom it was not possible to determine the relationship between HIV testing and AIDS diagnosis dates were excluded.
Field testers were identified through colleagues in local and state health departments.
Why you should care: These testers can be configured as long-leg versions for reaching into grooves or holes or to keep an operator's hands away from the hot surface of a part that is being inspected.
Testers embarked on a 30-minute scavenger hunt on the Bose intranet, with three minutes to search for answers to eight questions.
To underline the Clintonites' enthusiasm for the practice, in January Vice President Gore called for a big expansion of the Department of Housing and Urban Development's use of undercover testers to unearth alleged bias among landlords and real estate agents.
The product is the only alkaline on-battery tester now available at more than 5,000 retail outlets nationwide.