For instance, in Italy, reference is made to the doctrine of "loyal collaboration" (43) whose roots can be traced back to Bundestreue: (44) article 120 of the Italian Constitution embeds this principle when dealing with "substitution powers" that the central government may take under certain conditions in the event the peripheral units
fail to properly exercise their powers, (45) while in Spain a doctrine analogous to loyal collaboration has been judicially acknowledged by the Spanish Constitutional Court even in the absence of a specific reference to the principle in the Constitution.
In conclusion we recommend NICU s in peripheral units
to consider more relaxed screening guidelines and larger studies are needed to confirm our findings.
A decrease was registered in the retail sale via mail order or via internet a 1.8%, in the retail sale in non-specialized stores a 0.5%, in the retail sale of textiles, clothing, footwear and leather goods and in the retail sale of computers, peripheral units
and software; telecommunications equipment-0.4% and in the retail sale of audio and video equipment; hardware, paints and glass; electrical household appliances-0.2%.
Apart from different screen sizes, these two laptops have a common design that enables shared use of not only internal components such as mainboard and BIOS, but also accessories that include port replicators, batteries, AC adapters, and multi-bay options(1) where peripheral units
can be interchanged depending upon intended use.
Under the terms of the partnership, PMEfluidtec will be responsible for WIT systems and process and mould technology as well as service for WIT units; Engel will be responsible for adapting injection moulding machines, automation and peripheral units
* All peripheral units
are automatically assigned to and released from the program.
It cuts PLC response times from 100 down to 20 millisec and allows users to manage peripheral units
. A PC editor/monitor function creates and fine-tunes programs in a Windows environment.
Speculation is rife that Citigroup would likely to sell its German operations, after its CEO said that he intends to slim the group down into a more manageable entity by selling many of the assets on its balance sheet and some of peripheral units
The digital lineup also features the contact relay module (CRM) and the RA20 (remote annunciator) series peripheral units
for additional engine and generator control options.
The 785 can be easily hooked up to a host of peripheral units
such as: balances, barcode scanners, PC's and printers.
PC Card peripherals once were much more expensive than parallel-port versions of the same device, simply because those who could afford a $4,000 laptop computer could pay premium prices for extending the capabilities of their system with peripheral units
. This pattern is changing as laptops become a commodity and their prices go down, the number of users skyrockets, the customer base of PC Card devices increases, and the unit cost of producing such peripherals decreases.