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two-cycle

[¦tü ′sī·kəl]
(mathematics)
The repetition of numbers generated by a mapping on every second iteration of the mapping.
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Single-cycle, two-cycle Cell-Aware patterns with EDT test points # Test Coverage Pattern Pattern Type Points % Patterns Improvement Design C Single Cycle 0 92.
We began in the defense business with the two-cycle engines back in World War II, and we are proud to continue that heritage of dependability with today's engines.
lust add a packet to 1 gallon of gas and use it on any two-cycle engine.
Although petroleum oil has been the ingredient of choice because of economic and performance characteristics, alternative products are beginning to compete with traditional lubricants in several niche segments, including hydraulic fluids, two-cycle engine oils and bar chain oils.
Two-cycle engines are primarily used in boats, lawn equipment, motorcycles and motor scooters.
The lowly two-cycle engine may never replace its well-bred four-cycle cousin, but researchers at the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, Tex.
The only segment where the Detroit Diesel brand will remain prominent is in the two-cycle products, which date back to the earliest days of Detroit Diesel.
Most garages have more than one two-cycle engine lurking in them.
Also, credit card issuers have two-cycle billing--a means of calculating interest--which results in customers paying two months' worth of interest if they did not pay off the first month's balance in full.

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