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60 and speed
The son of a wealthy Evanston executive was fined $100 yesterday and forbidden to drive for 60 days for leading an Evanston policeman on a high speed chase over icy Evanston and Wilmette streets Jan. 20.
Another adjunct, the varying speed of light model has also been theorized by Jean-Pierre Petit in 1988, John Moffat in 1992 as well Andreas Albrecht and João Magueijo in 1999, instead of superluminal expansion the speed of light was 60 orders of magnitude faster than its current value solving the horizon and homogeneity problems in the early universe.
As the temperature of the spring rises, it unwinds and opens the valve, allowing fluid past the valve which allows the fan to spin at about 60 % to 90 % of shaft speed.
The first impact occurred at 20: 13 UTC on July 16, 1994, when fragment A of the nucleus entered Jupiter's southern hemisphere at a speed of about 60 km / s.
South of Gävle, the speed limit is on 60 % and on 30 % of the road.
While not a direct cause of El Niño, the Madden-Julian Oscillation, or MJO, propagates rainfall anomalies eastward around the global tropics in a cycle of 30 – 60 days, and may influence the speed of development and intensity of El Niño and La Niña in several ways.
For instance, if a vehicle travels a certain distance at a speed x ( e. g. 60 kilometres per hour ) and then the same distance again at a speed y ( e. g. 40 kilometres per hour ), then its average speed is the harmonic mean of x and y ( 48 kilometres per hour ), and its total travel time is the same as if it had traveled the whole distance at that average speed.
* 1993 – The Intel Corporation ships the first Pentium chips ( 80586 ), featuring a 60 MHz clock speed, 100 + MIPS, and a 64 bit data path.
This is because the Z80 combines two full ( but short ) clock cycles into a relatively long memory access period compared to the clock, while the more asynchronous 6809 instead has relatively short memory access times: depending on version and speed grade, approximately 60 % of a single clock cycle was typically available for memory access in a 6809 ( see data sheets ).
From the mid-1980s to the early 1990s, commodity CPUs grew in performance at a rate of about 60 % a year, but the speed of memory access grew at only 7 % a year.
As completed, the Type AF had a speed of 6 knots and a range of 60 nautical miles ( unless auxiliary fuel tanks were added ).
When viewed from directly in front, the speed may show exactly 60 ; but when viewed from the passenger seat the needle may appear to show a slightly different speed, due to the angle of viewing.
A typical PDP-1 operating procedure was to output text to punched paper tape using the PDP-1's " high speed " ( 60 character per second ) Teletype model BRPE punch, then to hand carry the tape to a Flexowriter for offline printing.
Tests conducted in 1993 produced a 0 to 60 miles-per-hour time of 4. 7 seconds and a top speed of approximately 180 miles-per-hour, performance comparable to the much newer Type 996 911.
For example, a " 60 speed " machine is geared at 45. 5 baud ( 22. 0 ms per bit ), a " 66 speed " machine is geared at 50. 0 baud ( 20. 0 ms per bit ), a " 75 speed " machine is geared at 56. 9 baud ( 17. 5 ms per bit ), a " 100 speed " machine is geared at 74. 2 baud ( 13. 5 ms per bit ), and a " 133 speed " machine is geared at 100. 0 baud ( 10. 0 ms per bit ).

60 and became
Whetstone, developed in 1972, originally strove to mimic typical Algol 60 programs based on measurements from 1970, but eventually became most popular in its Fortran version, reflecting the highly numerical orientation of computing in the 1960s.
Much of Europe lay in ruins, over 60 million people had been killed ( most of them civilians ), including approximately 6 million Jews and 5 million non-Jews in what became known as the Holocaust.
60 %) and broke away from Moldova less than a year after Moldova became independent at the fall of the Soviet Union.
That crossing became possible when sea level had fallen by more than 80m to expose much of the shelf between southern Eritrea and Yemen ; a level that was reached during a glacial stadial from 60 to 70 ka as climate cooled erratically to reach the last glacial maximum.
" Charlie Rose of 60 Minutes noted that Cruz " became an overnight sensation as much for her nude scenes as for her talent.
After 1990, the square became the focus of attention again, as a large ( some 60 hectares ), attractive location which had suddenly become available in the centre of a major European city.
In the following years, Škoda became the fourth brand of the German group, as the Volkswagen Group raised its equity share first on December 19, 1994 to 60. 3 %, followed on December 11, 1995 to 70 % and finally taking 100 % ownership of the company on May 30, 2000.
In June 1940 over 60, 000 British prisoners of war, captured at Dunkirk and Northern France, were marched to Trier, which became a staging post for British soldiers headed for German prisoner-of-war camps.
While Spain was fighting in France, Portugal — which had been under personal union with Spain for 60 years — acclaimed John IV of Braganza as king in 1640, and the House of Braganza became the new dynasty of Portugal ( see Portuguese Restoration War, for further information ).
By 1976, 60 Minutes became the top-rated show on Sunday nights in the U. S. By 1979, it had achieved the number-one Nielsen rating for all television programs, unheard of before for a news broadcast in prime time.
The denomination 60 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.
Truman was 60 when he became President in April 1945, upon the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, and 64 when elected President in 1948.
The way in which US 60 violated two of the conventions would prove to be one of the major sticking points ; US 60 eventually became the famous U. S. Route 66 in 1926.
It was a landmark there for more than 60 years, but gradually became weathered and eroded.
His armour weighed 60 tons, according to rabbi Hanina ; 120, according to rabbi Abba bar Kahana ; and his sword, which became the sword of David, had marvellous powers.
However the results at the 1929 general election were disappointing: the Liberals increased their support only to 60 or so seats, while Labour became the largest party for the first time.
The denomination 60 BC for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.
With their successes, during the Great Depression Hart was earning $ 60, 000 annually, and he became a magnet for many people.
The PWA became, with its " multiplier-effect " and first two-year budget of $ 3. 3 billion ( compared to the entire GDP of $ 60 billion ), the driving force of America ’ s biggest construction effort up to that date.
With the death of Ottokar the first line of rulers of Styria became extinct ; the region fell successively to the Babenberg family, rulers of Austria, as stipulated in the Georgenberg Pact ; after their extinction to the control of Hungary ( 1254 – 60 ); to King Ottokar of Bohemia ; in 1276 to the Habsburgs, who provided it with Habsburgs for Styrian dukes during the years 1379-1439 and 1564-1619.
The town became noticed in American media when CBS 60 minutes made a critical piece on the town being the " safe-haven " for American corporations.
It is possible that as many as 60, 000 individuals became ill from using L-tryptophan.

60 and de
* New Forces ( Forces Nouvelles, FN ), ex-northern rebels, who hold 60 % of the country ; their political expression is the Mouvement patriotique de Côte d ' Ivoire, or MPCI
The Military of the Dominican Republic or Fuerzas Armadas de la República Dominicana consists of approximately 44, 000 active duty personnel, about 60 percent of which are utilized for non-military operations, including security providers for government-owned non-military facilities, toll security, forestry workers and other state enterprises, and personal security for ministers, congressmen, etc.
* 1970 – October Crisis: In Montreal, Quebec, kidnapped British Trade Commissioner James Cross is released by the Front de libération du Québec terrorist group after being held hostage for 60 days.
( 1982 ) " Geoffrey de Clinton and Roger, earl of Warwick: new men and magnates in the reign of Henry I ," in Historical Research, 60 ( 1982 ).
Two Dutch economists, Jacob van Gelderen and Samuel de Wolff, had previously argued for the existence of 50 to 60 year cycles in 1913.
* 1550 – Several hundred Spanish and indigenous troops under the command of Pedro de Valdivia defeat an army of 60, 000 Mapuche at the Battle of Penco during the Arauco War in present-day Chile.
It is estimated that of all the gold entering Spain from the New World between 1531 and 1660, 60 % had arrived at its destiny via the ' Treasure Fleet and Fairs ' system from Nombre de Dios / Portobelo.
In the following years, Gerbert studied under the direction of Atto, Bishop of Vic, some 60 km north of Barcelona, and probably also at the nearby Monastery of Santa Maria de Ripoll.
* 1847 – 60: Paris – Saint-Germain railway between Bois de Vésinet and Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France ()
Geoffrey de Rancon's Château de Taillebourg, the castle Richard retreated to after Henry II's forces captured 60 knight s and 400 archers who fought for Richard when Saintes was captured.
* December 3 – October Crisis: In Montreal, Quebec, kidnapped British Trade Commissioner James Cross is released by the Front de libération du Québec terrorist group after being held hostage for 60 days.
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60 % of the capital of the Compagnie de Charbons de Mozambique was held by the Societe Miniere et Geologique Belge, 30 % by the Mozambique Company, and the remaining 10 % by the Government of the territory.
He saw Roderic de Lalanne, a Flemish knight arrive with two little ships and 60 German soldiers and meet James IV and talk to Warbeck.
The short period that followed was the closest England was to come to complete abolition of the monarchy until the Commonwealth period of 1649 – 60 and many of the barons who had initially supported de Montfort began to suspect that he had gone too far with his reforming zeal.
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* Delafosse, Maurice ( 1904 ) Vocabulaires comparatifs de plus de 60 langues ou dialects parlés à la Côte d ' Ivoire ou dans les régions limitrophes ( avec des notes linguistiques et ethnologiques, une bibliographie et une carte ).
60 % of the capital of the Compagnie de Charbons de Mozambique was held by the Societe Miniere et Geologique Belge, 30 % by the Mozambique Company, and the remaining 10 % by the Government of the territory.

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