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full-scale

(of a plan, etc.) of actual size; having the same dimensions as the original

full-scale

[¦fu̇l ‚skāl]
(ordnance)
Of an attack or other operation, all-out or maximum.
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The fleet of simulators to be maintained on the national territory (excluding corsica and dom-tom) consists of approximately: - 18 full-scale simulators equipped with a hardware control room called sdch (1 simulator cp0, 15 simulators sirocco cpy and 1300, 2 simulators n4), - 6 full-scale simulators equipped with a numerical control room known as sdcn (3 cpy simulators, 3 simulators 1300 including 1 anglicized), - 7 reduced sdcn simulators, - 2 simulators equipped with a simulated command room known as sdcs (1 cp0 simulator and 1 cpy simulator).
The full-scale inquiry follows a preliminary investigation that began earlier this year.
Electrical and electronic equipment manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) has started full-scale tests of smart grid and related smart-community technologies at its production sites in Japan, the company said on Tuesday.
Sadly the results did not justify investment in a full-scale plant.
In tests funded by the Federal Aviation Administration, the researchers constructed a full-scale mockup of a portion of an aircraft passenger cabin and observed the effects of explosions under a passenger seat.
With an eye on the full-scale growth of the PLA film market, Toray plans to prepare itself for a series of production capacity upgrades both in Japan and abroad to expand the business and aims to achieve group sales of 25 billion yen in 2010.
The researchers found that children in exposure groups 1 (manganese lower than 200 [micro]g/L) and 4 (manganese higher than 1,000 [micro]g/L) differed significantly from one another for Verbal, Performance, and Full-Scale raw scores.
In a high-visibility program like NLOS, the magnitude of the overruns which began to materialize two years into the full-scale development program were simply too large to avoid the scrutiny of Congress, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), and high-level Pentagon officials.
This project will build directly on the substantial efforts of other research and development efforts in order to help bring tear-off shingle recycling technology to full-scale implementation," says Turley.
When computed, the discrepancy between Angela's Full-scale IQ score and her standardised literacy score, derived from the reading comprehension, word recognition and spelling sub-tests of the WORD was not large enough for her to receive additional support from the literacy specialists employed by the ELB.
Characteristic of Rielly's full-scale paintings is A Black One, a White One, 2004.

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