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fade

i. The attenuation of signal strength to very low values (below receiver noise level) that make them indiscernible. The opposite is build.
ii. The decrease in the amount of braking because of either overheating after prolonged and continuous or harsh braking or internal leakages in the system. Also called fading, fadeout, Dellinger effect, or Mögel-Dellinger effect.
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All FADE bonds are exposed to the administrative capabilities of Titulizacion de Activos SGFT SA (TdA, the management company) as issuer trustee.
Working on a festival centered around the heritage of music and art was a pleasure," explained Derek Robinson, Fade Media Partner.
Fade was told by Virgin Radio that he if got more than 10,000 views of the track on YouTube the station would stick some dirhams towards getting a music video made.
and Anders Kissmeyer even made the trek to the US in September to help brew a batch of this year's Fade to Black.
The current fade began in 2007 July, and took just 40 days to reach mag 13, a fade of seven magnitudes.
Color transition requires a special coextrusion head and at least two layers--the base color and the fade color.
Sony Electronics Inc has announced the launch of its new product, XROSS FADE, a DJ-style shelf system with dual dock for iPod devices.
For instance Colin Montgomerie plays with a fade and Tiger Woods plays with a draw.
Carpets, fabrics, artwork--even paints and wood--may fade upon exposure In the sun's energy.
One of the first things to consider is your customer's expectation for fade resistance.
Unlike other game protection systems, Fade allows pirates to successfully copy a game disc using their PC.