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homologation

[hə‚mäl·ə′gā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
A type of hydroformylation in which carbon monoxide reacts with certain saturated alcohols to yield either aldehydes or alcohols (or a mixture of both) containing one more carbon atom than the parent.

homologation

Certification, confirmation or approval. Data communications equipment is often subject to the homologation requirements of various countries.
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However, despite the fact that the ticket did not contained any reference regarding the number plate of the Police vehicle used at the moment of the alleged speed ticket, the appeal Court decided that the number plate was sufficient to link the radar equipment to the homologation documents presented by police authorities (whom fraudulently stated that the ticket contained the reference of the number plate despite the real situation), stating that, as the radar equipment was duly homologated, the ticket was valid, thus annulling the decision of the first instance and rejecting the diver's complaint.
Finally, the last vehicle in the car pack, the 1972 Land Rover Series III, isn't necessarily a homologated motorsport special, but that doesn't mean it's any less fun.
The Koenigsegg Agera One:1 is the first homologated production car with one megawatt of power - and a fantastic power to weight ratio of 1:1, hence the name.
While the number of homologated cars delivered dropped to 6,922 cars (-5.
US business continues to grow (+9 percent) with 1,048 homologated cars delivered (this area includes Canada).
It's been fully homologated to pass crash regulations and VW says it will be physically on sale soon.
It is homologated for the highest level of international racing and is topographically challenging as it combines a great mix of sharp corners and level changes.
And that there are not enough cars in India that have been homologated - when a car manufacturer makes its cars available for rallying or racing based on requirements by the governing body - for competition use.
It has also been confirmed that all homologated cars, including WRC entries, will be eligible to score championship points.
It is homologated for the highest level of international championships and combines a great mix of corners and level changes.
With the rule changes in 2003, Honda raced its 1,000cc inline-four cylinder Fireblade, Yamaha dropped the R7 in favour of the R1, and Kawasaki stopped production of its 750 sportsbikes and homologated its ZX-10R.
Managing director Neff Heslington says: "The steps required to move from today's low-volume trials to tomorrow's fully homologated production vehicles are substantial and must not be underestimated.