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blockout

In a concrete structure under construction, a space where concrete is not to be placed.
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Blockout Traffic also shows exact position of a user by using the GPS in the phone.
This blockout was done to prevent the index plaster from engaging undercuts of denture.
And before Armstead had the ball to drive 80 feet to the winning points, there was the defense of Teondre Williams that kept Klay Thompson from adding to his 33-point game, and the rebound by Sim of the miss, aided by Porter's blockout of the tallest Cougar on the court.
( 3) Blockout noise Sleep can be a major problem during the day because of noise outside.
"One new idea is a small blockout or hush panel that goes between the firewall engine wall and the IP [instrument panel].
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-19 February 2008-EA Mobile introduces Tetris Blockout for mobile phones(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
This is when we decided to start up BlockOut Wisconsin (www.blockoutwisconsin.com).
* Teach defensive players to find their blockout responsibility, initiate the contact, and then go to the ball.
The first measure, BLOCKOUT, represents the fraction of voting rights held in concentration by persons who do not hold management positions within the company.
While it comes in degrees ranging from 10 percent to 100 percent blockout, I recommend 65 percent to 73 percent for top-quality foliage plants.