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Drac

(astronomy)
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Another argument often found across publications is the fact that the DRAC is only considering identical movement direction of the conflicting vehicles.
The vehicle's design has been tailored for the Chinese market, according to DRAC.
Mae hi wedi bod yn dymor anodd i rasio harnes yn gyffredinol gan fod y tywydd wedi bod mor wlyb - ac mae symud y rasus o drac porfa chwedlonol Dolrychain yn siom i ddilynwyr, gyrwyr a pherchnogion ceffylau trotian.
DRAC efficiently separates the high-band-width data traffic from the lower-bandwidth traffic and also introduces much desired failover redundancy into the broadcast system.
The DRAC interfaces with the intelligent StarPlane implementation middleware architecture which mediates with the computing grid to signal and configure the 10Gb/s lightpaths dynamically.
After this, I read them the text of Drac and the Gremlin by Allan Baillie (1989).
The young heroine lives in Spook House with her Aunt Tabby and Uncle Drac and is horrified to discover that her aunt wants to sell up and move to a smaller house.
Two are for Peter Walwyn, Santa's Sister and Cesarea, while El Drac (Syd Woodman) completes the hat-trick.
This is far different from previous years when the right, looking to suppress whatever failed to reflect its agenda, sought to reduce and even eliminate spending on some of the more important contemporary-art institutions (the FRAC and the DRAC, the Consortium of Dijon, the Magasin of Grenoble, and the ARC in Paris) as well as funding for entire regions (especially the Loire, Champagne-Ardenne, Limousin, and Languedoc-Roussillon).
En este sentido, resulta muy interesante conocer una experiencia llevada a cabo a lo largo de casi veinticinco anos, por la Cooperativa catalana Drac Magic, dedicada a la aplicacion del cine en el ambito de la educacion formal y en la formacion permanente del profesorado.
Dracula combined central European folktales of the nosferatu, or undead, with historical accounts of the 15th-century prince Vlad the Impaler, who allegedly speared 100,000 victims and was given the epithet Dracula (a derivative of Romanian drac, or "devil").