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headspace

[′hed‚spās]
(ordnance)
Distance between the face of the locked bolt or breechblock of a gun and some specified point in the chamber; in guns using rimless bottlenecked cartridges, the space between the boltface and a specified point on the shoulder of the cartridge.
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Currently in our laboratory, samples are routinely analyzed by extraction and headspace techniques at the parts per billion level.
Minister for Mental Health Mary Wooldridge said the new premises means headspace Bendigo's partners, including Bendigo Community Health, YSAS, Bendigo Health and Mind Australia, can support more young people, earlier in the onset of their illness and potentially prevent long-term issues.
Excessive headspace opens up the potential for a case failure, what we can call "blowed-up.
From its offices in Silicon Valley, Headspace produces software products and musical content for the Web.
Ms Wooldridge said the new premises means headspace Morwell's partners, including Gippsland Community college, YSAS, Latrobe regional health, Ramahyuck Aboriginal service, MIND Australia, Berry St, LaTrobe Community Health and West Gippsland Health Group, can provide better support to more young people, earlier in the onset of their illness.
It is, however, a good idea to check headspace after the barrel is re-installed to the original location to verify that there was not a headspace setting error at the factory.
Put simply, headspace is cartridge endfloat in the gun's chamber.
They will let the barrel turn during firing and soon you'll have bad headspace.
5% protein exhibited trends similar to CAS-stabilized emulsions in which there was no detectable headspace hexanal for up to 48 hours of storage.
Headspace GC applications are particularly strong in the environmental market, where regulatory policies help fuel the demand.
Our alliance with Headspace will greatly extend the sound capabilities of Macromedia's products, making audio practical and economical for the Web-oriented developer community," said Diane Rogers, director of product management, director product line at Macromedia.