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Police found shell casings and bullet holes in the home “which would indicate that the shooting was not accidental,” detectives wrote.
Open-back headphones employ casing design principles that are focused on accuracy and a natural listening experience above all else.
A single bullet casing was found at the parking deck at the intersection of 7th and Marshall streets, said Joe Macenka, spokesman for the Virginia Capitol Police.
For a system meant to last years, I worry about the durability of its shell casing.
It’s wrapped in a dustproof, waterproof casing and boasts a battery life of up to 16 hours—more than enough time to get it to the beach and back.
San Diego was also interested in deploying the technology on its streets as a way of lifting DNA off bullets and shell casings.
ShotSpotter also markets its technology as a way for officers to gather physical evidence, like bullets or shell casings, at potential crime scenes that they otherwise wouldn’t have collected.
The sleeves of his doublet which protruded from his leather casing were of the same colour and material as his trunks.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
The flat top had come down a little; we put in a line of bolts, fastening the top of the tube to the outer casing.
The cast-iron outer casing was soon abandoned, though one of them in Wales remained in work fifty years, using steam of 60 lbs.

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