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A12

An ARM-based system-on-chip (SoC) used in Apple's iPhone X devices. See Apple A series.
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The sixteen properties printed in the official Punjab Gazette are Haveli Kabli Mal, Dina Nath Haveli, Bej Nath Haveli , Mian Sultan Haveli, Laal Haveli, D-747 , D-748 , D- 838 , D-750 , House of Allama Iqbal B-597, A-12, Neevin Masjid, Victoria High School, Haveli Dhyan Singh, Wazir Khan Mosque and Mariam Zamani Mosque, according to a press release.
The 16 properties are: Haveli Kabli Mal, Dina Nath Haveli, Bej Nath Haveli, Mian Sultan Haveli, Laal Haveli, D-747, D-748, D-838, D-750, House of Allama Iqbal (B-597), A-12, Neevin Masjid, Victoria High School, Haveli Dhyan Singh, Wazir Khan Mosque and Mariam Zamani Mosque.
A-1 to A-5 besides A-17 and A-18 were also parties to the criminal conspiracy to commit the terrorist act, while A-11, A-12 and A-16, all PFI leaders, had planned, coordinated and supervised over the execution of the heinous crime," the statement read.
The $5 Billion Misunderstanding: The Collapse of the Navy's A-12 Stealth Bomber Program
The U-2, A-12, SR-71, F-117, and a whole variety of drones were tested there.
The highest number of big size (greater than 55mm) tubers per meter2 (5.77) was produced by clone G-136 while clone D-46 and A-12 produced minimum number (2) of big tubers per meter2 however average big tuber weight (177.06 g) was recorded in N-10 whereas the maximum medium size tubers (20.97) per meter2 were obtained from potato clone A-12 however potato genotypes N-10 produced least number of medium tubers (7.36).
Crickmore's LOCKHEED A-12: THE CIA'S BLACKBIRD AND OTHER VARIANTS (9781472801133, $18.95) traces the struggles of the early years of the Cold War, when reconnaissance flights were the primary method of gaining intelligence, and focuses specifically on the development and deployment of the A-12, the first Blackbird.
Fourth-quarter core operating earnings (non-GAAP) of $1.8 billion includes a $406 million non-cash charge to settle A-12 litigation dating back to 1991, retiring a longstanding risk to the company.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Mon, Jan 27, 2014 - The Navy has reached a settlement with Boeing and General Dynamics over the canceled A-12 program, with the two companies each agreeing to provide the Navy with $200 million in services and planes.
Net earnings for fourth-quarter 2013 were USD495m, or USD1.40 fully diluted, including a USD129m loss in discontinued operations related to the pending settlement of the long-standing A-12 litigation.
Other top-secret aircraft tested there included the supersonic reconnaissance A-12 aircraft, code-named OXCART, and the F-117 stealth ground-attack jet, archive senior fellow Jeffrey Richelson, who requested the redactions to be lifted, told Reuters.