Backup material

Backup material

A material placed at the back of a curtain wall for fire or insulation purposes, or behind a finished face of masonry.
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These particles are made of polyimide, adhesive (epoxy or acrylic), and occasionally the drill entry or backup material. Spindle vacuums on CNC driller/routers suck up the majority of all debris, but sometimes a small amount of debris is left behind.
Rushton said having those invoices or other backup material associated with each check would assist the City Council in identifying potential areas for cost savings or reductions in the upcoming budget process.
"If practitioners need information or reassurance, we have unbelievable amounts of backup material; and many people use our website just for that.
* RTVE provides DVD backup material, gleaned from TVE appearances, for music CDs and DVDs.
But there was one check in this big pile that had no backup material, just a name, S.
Even lower PLT numbers would be possible because we used only one-half of the extracted RNA for microarray analysis in this study to keep backup material.
In addition, the Auto-Clean blender offers a specially designed automatic purge bypass valve to provide a backup material supply to the extruder.
We have expanded the use of the T-1 line to transmit to DoD both structured data and unstructured backup material for cases in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, which have been turned around in 24-48 hours on average.
Be sure to furnish telemarketers with the backup material they'll need to answer anticipated questions.
Highly accessible e-archives can store thousands of pages of backup material and easily linked spreadsheets.
(It also shares information with foreign law enforcement authorities.) The backup material ("supporting documentation") on a suspicious activity report is held by the bank but is considered U.S.