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Bailey’s innovation — a modular, movable panel bridge — solved those problems and gave the Allies a huge advantage.
Drones could serve as another technology for such networks, with the advantages of being easily movable as well as relatively quick and cheap to deploy.
This Sin Sin Wa disturbed sufficiently to reveal a movable slab in the roughly paved floor.
DOPESAX ROHMER
The movable hour circle and driving wheel of the Crossley reflector has two sets of graduations.
Old and new measurements, tonnage, time allowances and movable ballast, are all a sealed book to me.
The altar, probably a small movable one of wood, if any at all, must have stood before the presbyter.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
The movable bridge in its closed position must be proportioned like a fixed bridge, but it has also other conditions to fulfil.
So in the Euclidean Sectio Canonis the propositions which deal with the 'movable' notes, viz.
The movable arm is folded back and held in position by means of a stirrup of wire fastened on the other part.
Upon which he took his jug out of his bag, and instantly broke it, as a superfluous movable.

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