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In fact, a very close analogue comes in the form of an Air Force program called SkyBorg, which is already in progress.
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In these cases, map rooms were being used to command air forces, and the dashboard was an analogue board on a wall that kept track of troop readiness.
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More importantly, it puts them at $50 less than the AirPods Pro – their clearest analogue.
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Neighboring Finland offered an analogue telephone exchange as a gift and the Estonian government declined, envisaging communicating over the internet rather than analogue telephone.
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Astonishingly, they found that the glyoxylate and pyruvate reacted to make a range of compounds that included chemical analogues to all the intermediary products in the TCA cycle except for citric acid.
NEW CLUES TO CHEMICAL ORIGINS OF METABOLISM AT DAWN OF LIFEJOHN RENNIEOCTOBER 12, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
It is in this latter sense, that it is the Analogue of the Bone.
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