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protector

History a person who exercised royal authority during the minority, absence, or incapacity of the monarch

protector

[prə′tek·tər]
(electricity)
Device to protect equipment or personnel from high voltages or currents.
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The beneficiary alleged a conflict of interest between the protector's duties and the trial court removed the protector.
the protector Series is designed to help reduce the financial impact should the unexpected happen.
He questioned the effectiveness of the protectors, which were originally designed for jockeys.
Secondary outcome variables were the number and rate of falls in the hip protector group and the number of days the subjects wore the protector.
The age range of the controls and the protector wearers were similar: 64-96 years in the treatment group and 72-98 years among the controls.
In addition to cutting the connection if the protector is blown, the True Surge Smart Strip cuts power usage to certain electronic devices by sensing the current to the "control outlet," and smartly turning on or off the current to the strip's "automatically switched outlets.
Our research question was: what will the protector acceptability and compliance be if information and education is given to the nursing home caregivers only?
have announced the arrival of the Protector Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) in the U.
A major opportunity that involves the delivery of Radio Station program delivery from over terrestrial circuits with IP Satellite backup encouraged Engage to enhance the Protector option to provide 700 milliseconds of synchronized redundancy," according to Mark Doyle, Engage Communication President.
Ultra MSI) has signed a contract with Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace worth $386,000 to provide advanced technology hand controls for the Protector, a Remote Weapon Station (RWS) used on the U.
The Protector will be integrated in to Stewart & Stevenson's Technical Demonstrator vehicle, awarded as part of the US Army's Future Tactical Truck System (FTTS) program.

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