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) We do, however, provide a limited number of extra suits, mainly for children, and we stock extra towels and a few inexpensive bathing conveniences.
This is considered advantageous in applications such as broadcasting where the number of expensive complex encoders is small but the number of simple inexpensive decoders is large.
Newlyn had a number of things guaranteed to attract artists: fantastic light, cheap living, and the availability of inexpensive models.
To support a batch processing operation, a number of comparatively inexpensive card punch or paper tape writers were used by programmers to write their programs " offline ".
The book was also inexpensive, putting it within the reach of a large number of buyers.
Although a number of higher bandwidth alternatives exist, X10 remains popular in the home environment with millions of units in use worldwide, and inexpensive availability of new components.
A large number of inexpensive rosary beads are manufactured in Asia, especially in China and Taiwan.
Limited animation techniques in America were used during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s to produce a great number of inexpensive Saturday morning cartoons.
While existing primarily as a retirement and second home vacation community, Bonita Springs is home to a growing number of businesses due to low business taxes, an abundance of inexpensive commercial office space, and a growing community of educated professionals.
In 2002, he created a number of what are considered relatively inexpensive product designs for the large American retailer Target Stores.
* An increasing number of activists provide free or very inexpensive web and email services using cooperative computer networks that run wireless ad hoc networks.
The Kaypro II's market success was due to a number of factors: it had a larger screen than the Osborne ; it was a relatively inexpensive, simple to set up closed architecture system at a time when first-time computer buyers made up almost the entirety of the market ; it came bundled with popular third-party application software ( PerfectWriter and PerfectCalc, later to be replaced by MicroPro's WordStar and CalcStar ); and it was supported by a network of trained dealers.
It is a popular menu choice of cooks preparing food for a large number of people, because it is easily made in large quantities, it can be prepared in advance and refrigerated until needed, and requires inexpensive ingredients.
It is sometimes served at parties in England, because it is easy to prepare for a large number of people and is relatively inexpensive.
the WD Raptor drives have 5 years of warranty, making them a more attractive choice for inexpensive storage servers, where a large number of drives in constant use increases the likelihood of a drive failure.
In inexpensive sets the inductor had a sliding spring contact that pressed against the windings and could be slid up and down the coil, to allow a larger or smaller number of turns of the coil into the circuit, varying the inductance, to tune in different stations.
Yamaha ’ s own card using these was the WaveForce-128, but a number of licensees made very inexpensive YMF-724 sound cards that retailed for as low as $ 12 at the peak of the technology ’ s popularity.
Particularly in developing countries where labour is relatively inexpensive, unemployment is high, and local currency is cheap, purchasing local labour and supplies may result in an increase in the number of houses built.
The demand for inexpensive handguns still existed and a number of new companies were formed to fill that gap.
Recently a number of companies have scaled back medical grade EEG technology ( and in one case, NeuroSky, rebuilt the technology from the ground up ) to create inexpensive BCIs.
Junk faxing came into widespread use in the late 1980s as a result of the development and proliferation of relatively inexpensive desktop fax machines which resulted in rapid growth in the number of fax machines in the U. S. The invention of the computer-based fax board in 1985 by Dr. Hank Magnuski, founder of GammaLink, provided an efficient platform for reaching those fax machines with minimal cost and effort.
The intersection of Spadina Avenue and College Street is known as an inexpensive place to buy electronics, with a number of independent stores in the area.
A number of innovative features were used to design a very small and inexpensive car to address government plans to produce a small " people's car " with an engine no larger than 360 cc when most in Japan could not afford a car.

number and boats
Interest has been shown for a number of years by local assessors in the possibility of taxing boats.
If your state has no provisions for the numbering of pleasure boats, you must apply for a number from the U.S. Coast Guard for any kind of boat with mechanical propulsion rated at more than 10 horsepower before it can be used on Federal waterways.
A number of tour boats, ranging from large motorized vessels to small sailing yachts, visit the Antarctic Peninsula during the summer months ( January – March ).
A number of small patrol boats have been acquired or ordered from France.
Patrol boats are also operated by both the Corps des Sapeurs-Pompiers ( firefighting ) and the Compagnie des Carabiniers du Prince ( police ) which currently number 4 ( see below ).
There are a number of both historic paddle steamers and newer boats offering cruises ranging from a half-hour to 5 days.
The conventional submarine force increased from 35 to 100 boats, the number of missile-carrying ships grew from 20 to 200, and the production of larger surface ships, including support ships for oceangoing operations, increased.
The number of boats in a race typically varies between two ( which is sometimes referred to as a dual race ) to six, but any number of boats can start together if the course is wide enough.
A similar type of racing is found in UK coastal rowing, where a number of boats race out to a given point from the coast and then return fighting rough water all the way.
In the UK boats are classed as " Elite ", " Senior ", " Intermediate 1 / 2 / 3 " or " Novice ", depending on the number of wins the athletes have accumulated.
There are also a number of special presentation items including a walking stick, cigar boxes, silver gravy boats from the Kooyong electorate and a silver inkstand presented by Queen Elizabeth II.
A number of large vessels are usually referred to as boats.
Attempts by governor John Skottowe ( 1764 – 1782 ) to regularise the sale of arrack and punch led to some hostility and desertions by a number of troops who stole boats and were probably mostly lost at sea — however, at least one group of seven soldiers and a slave succeeded in escaping to Brazil in 1770.
The American Civil War saw a number of innovations in naval warfare, including the first torpedo boats, which carried spar torpedoes.
During World War II United States naval forces employed fast wooden PT boats in the South Pacific in a number of roles in addition to the originally envisioned one of torpedo attack.
It had a substantial number of small patrol boats and surveillance posts along the coast, and its task was to prevent anyone from leaving the GDR without official exit permission.
It is difficult to estimate how many recreational fishing boats there are, although the number is high.
As Supermarine was primarily a seaplane manufacturer, this included a number of flying boats such as the Supermarine Sea Eagle, the Supermarine Sea King, the Supermarine Walrus and Supermarine Stranraer.
Although the Grand Union company had a number of broad boats built to take advantage of the improvements, they never really caught on and the canal continued to be operated largely by pairs of narrow boats, whose journeys were facilitated by the newly widened locks in which they could breast up.
Groups such as the Kulinago of the Lesser Antilles and the Carib and Arawak people of ( what is now ) Venezuela launched effective counter attacks against Spanish bases in the Caribbean, with native-built boats, which were smaller and better suited to the seas around the islands, achieving success on a number of cases at defeating the Spanish ships.

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