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A later simulation, published last January in PRL by Slutz and Sandia researcher Roger Vesey, showed that a more powerful accelerator generating 60 million amperes or more could reach "high-gain" fusion conditions, where the fusion energy released greatly exceeds (by more than 1,000 times) the energy supplied to the fuel.
Interactive entertainment software company Electronic Arts Inc (EA) (NASDAQ:ERTS) and Best Buy Foundation, in association with By Kids For Kids (BKFK), stated on Thursday that Dan Slutz's new game invention 'Rhythm' is now available free of charge.
Sami Gus Saad, Alexandra Anne Salvati, Steven Daniel Santiago, William Giovany Santini, Mark Stephen Schiappucci, Jennifer Elizabeth Schirmer, Haylee Elizabeth Schmidt, Rachel Ann Schube, Anthony Joseph Scinicariello, Matthew Robert Shain, Ashley Marie Shea, Matthew Vincent Shirley, Lourene Oliveira Silva, Sarah Katya Slutz, Andrea Elizabeth Smith, Jeremy Wayne Smith, Joseph Nathaniel Smith, Karissa Rachelle Smith, Kristin Lynn Smith, Luana Lelis Souza, Michael Joseph Spates, Ryan Christopher Speroni, Carolyn Ruth Stanton, Timothy John Stickney, Andrea Maria Suffredini, Derek Stephen Supple, Daniel John Sutherland, Joshua Shawn Sweeney, Tesha Renee Szczypinski, Joseph Victor Szerszunowicz.
Involved from the outset, then-Director of Music Business at ISU, Jim Slutz, was specifically asked to help develop the first music business studies curriculum at SCM.
Ambassador to Mongolia, Pamela Slutz. I conducted workshops for local NGOs on how to build a grassroots movement, strengthen an NGO, create and build a coalition, and empower citizens to impact public policy.
Tape-recorded interview with Reverend Karl McClure, by Ted Slutz and Tommie Farris, Franklin, Indiana, February 27, 1996 (The POLIS Center's Faith and Community Project, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis).
"Our current market focus, as it relates to hydraulics and engines, is wherever aggressive chemicals and temperature extremes can be found, which usually means in the fuel system, near the engine," said David Slutz, director, sales and marketing.
CHAMBERLIN, D., ASTRAHAN, M., KING, W., LORIE, R., MEHL, J., PRICE, T., SCHKOLNIK, M., SELINGER, P., SLUTZ, D., WADE, B., AND YOST, R.