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fader

[′fād·ər]
(electronics)
A multiple-unit level control used for gradual changeover from one microphone, audio channel, or television camera to another.
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High inventory levels led FADA to categorise the near-term outlook as 'cautiously optimistic.' It said the consumer sentiment and demand continues to be weak and purchase postponement continues.
Referring to the victim, prosecutor Paul Green told the court: "He received a telephone call indicating Mr Fada had information in relation to the burglary.
Franke testified that FADA actually violates the First Amendment, explaining, "Protecting the religious liberty of some cannot be purchased by compromising or sacrificing the rights of others."
"The resistance front is the Islamic Revolution's front to confront the world arrogance," Fada said.
Cha do phos Heath a-riamh, is cha do dh'aidich e gun robh e gay, 's mar sin bha sgeulachdan a' dol ma dheidhinn fada a bheatha.
In response to queries from clinicians concerning the possible high false-positive (FP) rate of the FADA test in our laboratory, with many negative TB culture results, we performed a retrospective audit of all the high FADA results generated over a 1-year period.
Above all the fada is a space of and for conversation (hira) in which humour alternates with pathos, and dreams coexist with existential angst.
Brothers Pearse senior team manager Dominic McKenna, a keen hurler, originally from Down, then staged a Poc Fada (hit the sliotar with a hurley) and Kick Fada (kick the ball) contest.
Mumbai, India, February 20, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Ties up with FADA - Federation of Automobile Dealers Association
PNN On Tuesday, 10th July, Israeli authorities released two leaders of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), Abdallah Zakarneh and Fada' Zgheibi from Jenin , north of the West Bank.
The adhesion antigen, known as FadA, was recorded in levels of 10 to 100 times the normal level found in healthy colon tissue.