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shakeout

[′shāk‚au̇t]
(metallurgy)
Removing a casting from a sand mold.
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Note: The CEA is a sponsor of the Great Southern California ShakeOut, an earthquake drill and related activities set for this week.
With the technology shakeout, tech CEOs are now finding they can afford and hire more top quality people than in the recent past.
3), the sand recovered from mechanical shakeout is taken by way of an elevator to one of two silos where it is mixed with new sand from a silo below to compensate for a loss later in the process.
The ShakeOut drill raises awareness about the threat of earthquakes in Illinois, said Jonathon Monken, director of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA).
General Kinematics has introduced its Vibra-Claim series of vibratory shakeout/sand attrition mills, which use a solid shakeout deck to remove sand molds from castings.
Repeat: The Great Southern California ShakeOut will only be the largest earthquake drill in U.
Schwartz is Soros' fourth CEO in two-and-a-half years, reflecting the tumult in the hedge fund universe, where old names like Michael Steinhardt and Julian Robertson have been superseded by young startups, and everybody is facing a shakeout.
After several years of an extremely volatile marketplace shakeout (and the shakeout may not be over), the vendors that remain today are taking a wiser approach to both the selling process and, more importantly, to the actual implementations.
They're anything but conventional, yet DMPs are following the classic business cycle - innovation, rapid growth, investor euphoria and shakeout.
Among the "big stories" of the year was the shakeout of the dot-com industry, which has been fueling leasing growth for the past few years.
the leading managed insurance services provider for the property and casualty (P&C) industry, will join the Great California ShakeOut, the world's largest earthquake preparedness drill, on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 1:20 p.