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gladius

[′glād·ē·əs]
(engineering)
pen
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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So, the Gladius II Origin accurate, and it also offers extra cosmetic features.
According to Bizikov (1987), typical modern gladius consists of three structural layers: inner, intermediate, and outer shell layers (Fig.
Cephalopods in the diet of Swordfish (Xiphias gladius) caught off the west coast of Baja California, Mexico.
Daily patterns in the activities of swordfish, Xiphias gladius, observed by acoustic telemetry.
Interestingly, Gladius claims that the decentralised network allows users to rent out their spare bandwidth for extra money, with this excess bandwidth then "distributed to nodes which in turn funnel the bandwidth to websites under DDoS attacks to make sure they stay up." In less busy times (with no DDoS attacks), Gladius says its network "speeds up access to the internet by acting as a content delivery network."
In this study, the morphometric characteristics of the gladius were analyzed.
Ms Alvena Gladius, an artist from Lahore motivated women to create awareness in society, especially parents of young girls living in Sindh about Child Marriage Restraint Act 2013, prohibiting marriage of children below 18 years.
Specialist Mark Merrony at Ariadne Galleries in London reports that Roman helmets are sometimes found in European rivers, along with the corroded remains of Roman short swords (the gladius) and daggers (the pugio).
Wesley Ward's Yankee stars, Acapulco and Finnegan, failed to earn their stripes and on get-out Saturday Polarisation (28-1), Litigant (33-1) and Shadow Hunter (33-1) plunged the gladius deeper into my ribs.
Controls encompass a dial with 9 settings, and 3 separate actuating buttons for constant-on, momentary (the "dead man's switch" effect for tactical searching, where it turns off as soon as thumb pressure is released), and "Max Blast." Maybe I'm just old-fashioned, but back when Blackhawk came out with the Gladius light with strobe option, I realized I wasn't ready for a flashlight I had to go to armorer's school to learn.
[10.] Satya Narasimha Nambu and Gladius Lewis, "Influences of the temporal nature of the applied load and the tibial baseplate material on the stress distribution in a three-dimensional model of the human knee joint containing a prosthetic replacement", Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering, (2004).