303x

303x

A series of medium to large-scale IBM mainframes introduced in 1977, which includes the 3031, 3032 and 3033. See IBM mainframes.
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Amazingly, noted observer and author Stephen O'Meara has seen the slender dust lane girdling this galaxy as "a whisper of dark-ness" through his 4-inch refractor at 303x. O'Meara is in the camp of those who say that NGC 5866 is not M102.
Adhesives can be used; one example is Henkel's Loctite[R] 303x, a two-part acrylic adhesive which reportedly can bond e-coated steel and Iow-surface-energy plastics used for exterior trim, like thermoplastic polyolefins used for bumper fascia.
Division A has consistently sold 100,000 units of 303X each year at a unit price of $24.00.
Version (2) analysis of current market conditions has revealed that Division A could sell an additional 50,000 units to a new market for the 303X, at a reduced price of $20.
The current cost of manufacturing the unit 303X is as follows: Component 16KX $10.00 Direct materials $5.00 Direct labour $4.00 Variable overhead $1.50 Variable selling costs $2.00 Fixed overheads $1.00 Total cost $22.50
Powdered low-sulfur coal (Table 1) was mixed with xylene/tetra-chloromethane solutions (densities of 1.21-1.50 g.[cm.sup.-3]) and separated into parts with different apparent densities (Table 2) by sink float method and centrifugation (IFB 303X Alfa Laval centrifuge).
"It was beautiful!" exclaimed S&T contributing editor and renowned visual observer Stephen James O'Meara, who watched the comet under the pitch-black skies of Volcano, Hawaii, with his 4-inch refractor at 101x to 303x. "In December Machholz's core, or pseudonucleus, was quite prominent as a fuzzy, 12th-magnitude yellow 'star,' and it remained visible throughout the apparition while gradually fading.