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[präŋ]
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The deformation of the prongs can be seen in the Figure 4.
Typically, they have two prongs which are pushed through the leather, then folded flat on the underside.
Doctors at Barnsley hospital operated when they realised the fork's prongs had caused a bleeding ulcer and could have given him a fatal infection.
Instead of three prongs, the beam's end connectors have four prongs to create a tighter connection with more surface area between the beam and the upright post.
This single metal rod with two right angle bends contains two sets of corresponding color-coded prongs that attach the anterior, posterior and bitewing X-ray film holders.
There are three prongs that must be satisfied in order for claims against one defendant to relate back to claims asserted against another.
15) The court then decided that the district court had abused its discretion in determining that the second and third prongs weighed in the CIA's favor.
12) For example, a multifactor test might involve one or more prongs that address questions of law, whereas the remainder of the prongs might address the discretionary balancing of competing interests.
The wrought iron grapnel, which still has two remaining prongs, will be shown at the N.
If you frequently push in and pull out the communication earplug (CEP) connector, NSN 5965-01-504-0077, the connector prongs can bend out of place.
This allows the surgeon to position the two short prongs, which accommodate the stapedius tendon.
plaintiffs claiming ADA coverage, given that all three prongs of the