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mag

(MAGnetic) A common abbreviation for magnetic. For example, "mag tape" means magnetic tape.
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The only challenge from what I can see is if you get a stuck mag, when you pull the base pad the rod will extend.
A: Both rifles use completely different methods of locking the magazines in place, and the coupling method and mag box size are incompatible.
The PMIP-Group [7] scheme tends to exchange many RS/RA messages between sensors and MAGs (p-MAG and n-MAG).
In this analysis, we assume that the PMIPv6 domain consists of n number of MAGs, which are based on the hexagonal cells structure in [19].
The basic idea of having two mags is that if one tanks, the other will still run the engine, since each mag fires only one plug in each cylinder.
Her lightness of touch as an actress meant that many a tear was shed when Mags faced trials and tribulations.
Without him, Mags would be unaware of a smoke alarm going off, someone knocking at her door, the cooker timer or the baby alarm.
One thing I like about your mag is that it focuses on us--the girls.
When coupled with the UNILIFT ceiling lift, the MAGS Vest gives the user unrestricted ambulatory rehabilitation, free of barriers and support bars.
This then is the reemergence of the .44 Auto Mag, a pistol and cartridge combo that seems to revive, phoenix-like, from its own ashes.
Ultra Mag in 2001 and more recently the .28 Nosier.