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tine

any of the sharp terminal branches of a deer's antler
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Chest radiography showed the tined atrial lead near the superior tricuspid annulus.
To apply the HS algorithm to parameter estimation for the noise prediction models, the four coefficients were determined for each road surface type (stone mastic asphalt (SMA) surface, 30 mm transversely tined Portland cement concrete surface (30 mm trans.), and 18-mm longitudinally tined Portland cement concrete surface (18 mm long.)), as shown in Figure 2 and Table 5, based on the training data from Table 4.
The percutaneous permanent tined lead (PPTL) was released in 2002 and is now the most commonly used procedure performed prior to a patient receiving a permanent implant.[sup.2] The advantage of the PPTL over PNE is higher implantation rates 88% versus 46%.[sup.3]
A normal garden fork dug into the lawn to a depth of about 10cm (4in) and about 15cm (6in) apart is ideal, although hollowed tined forks can also be used.
The new Big Brute was from the Suck & Dump range, which enables the Big Brute to be lifted by forklift or other tined lifting device through the special Suck & Dump trolley.
The pitchfork represents a farm implement, not a weapon - but even if everyone in Greenleaf grabbed a tined tool and descended on the courthouse, the FPA's defenses could be expected to hold.
Pacific Northwest perishable food shippers will now have a location for consolidating rail shipments des tined for virtually any market in the continental United States, Canada or Mexico.
It includes two notable innovations, a low profile 2.0 mm condylar tined plate for fractures near the joints and a zigzag plate for comminuted phalangeal fractures.
Machines were most often tined up in what I cart the Roman legion formation--much like the charging lancers and bowmen of Roman history with tines of legions appearing to stretch on forever.
A bigger winner was the Afghan people, who, thanks to the U.S.-led intervention and their own willingness to fight for freedom, tined up to vote.
The feeling among many who were in Wal-Mart's upper-management ranks at the time was that this system was des tined to fail.
This offers operators of all experience levels the opportunity to work with confidence next to walls, close to traffic, and other con tined or restricted areas.