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Forging and grip
Characteristic of the early models was the bipod placement ( hinged to the barrel collar in front of the handguard ), Forging | forged Receiver ( firearms ) | receiver, ribbed Stock ( firearm ) | buttstock and the sharply angled pistol grip.

Forging and on
Some anti-armor weapons incorporate a variant on the shaped charge concept that, depending on the source, can be called a Explosively Formed Penetrator ( EFP ), Self Forging Fragment ( SFF ), SElf FOrging Projectile ( SEFOP ), plate charge, or Misznay Schardin ( MS ) charge.
Long Hammering: Essays on the Forging of an African American Presence in the Hudson River Valley to the Early Twentieth Century.
In May 2009, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former director of the Congressional Budget Office, wrote a report for the Manhattan Institute on bipartisan health care reform based on Forging a New Plan For Health Care: Principles and Priorities for Sustainable Reform.
The above statement ( now gone from the website ) was part of an extensive online chapter on draft resisters and deserters from the Vietnam war, which was found in the larger online document ," Forging Our Legacy: Canadian Citizenship and Immigration, 1900 – 1977 " It was originally posted on the Government of Canada website in the year 2000, when the Liberal Party of Canada, led by Jean Chrétien, was in power and responsible for the content of that website.
Cherry Red Records released the band's first four albums, Ska ' n ' B, Loonee Tunes !, Gosh It's ... Bad Manners and Forging Ahead on CD for the first time with added bonus tracks.
Forging their bodies in the Plasma Energy Chamber, the Quintessons programmed their robots with intelligence using Vector Sigma, to allow them to carry out their tasks on their own, thereby leaving the Quintessons to do nothing other than live in leisure.
The image is from the extended edition DVD package, on The Appendices Part 5: The War of the Ring disc, under the title " From Book to Script: Forging the Final Chapter ".
* Forging a European identity, based on recognised common values, history and culture ;
* Barber, Lucy G. Marching on Washington: The Forging of an American Political Tradition.

Forging and throughout
* The Forging of the American Empire ( New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1971 ): American intervention and imperial expansionism throughout its history

Forging and left
< center > Forging | Forged steel shrapnel shells for BL 5 inch gun Mk I-V | BL 5 inch gun with bursting charge in base ( left ), and in nose ( right ) for comparison, 1886 </ center >

Forging and including
Ghirlandaio did not often attempt the nude — one of his pictures including nudes, Vulcan and His Assistants Forging Thunderbolts, was painted for Lorenzo II de ' Medici, but, as in the case of several others specified by Giorgio Vasari, no longer exists.
He has also had leading roles in various miniseries, including George Washington, its sequel The Forging of a Nation, Scruples, A Woman of Substance, War and Remembrance, and Till We Meet Again.
Forging jazz / R & B / funk fusion, her signature sound from the melding of these styles gave her success with a string of Top Ten R & B hits, including " Haven't You Heard ," " Forget Me Nots ," " Feels So Real ," " Watch Out ," " You Remind Me ," and " Never Gonna Give You Up " from her first five solo albums ( Patrice, Pizzazz, Posh, Straight From the Heart, and Now ).

Forging and state
Forging uses heat to bring the material to a malleable state.

Forging and through
Forging tends to be reserved for manufacturers ' more expensive product lines, and can often be distinguished from stock removal product lines by the presence of an integral bolster, though integral bolsters can be crafted through either shaping method.

Forging and social
Forging evidence of ancient mythology, for a time, became almost a sort of hobby among various social groups, often with the aim to promote their own topical agendas.

Forging and rather
Forging is different from machining in that material is not removed by it ; rather the iron is hammered into shape.

Forging and than
Forging can produce a piece that is stronger than an equivalent cast or machined part.

Forging and .
* Forging Magazine-All issues available online free of charge.
* Griffler, Keith P .( 2004 ) Front Line of Freedom: African Americans and the Forging of the Underground Railroad in the Ohio Valley.
Forging money or currency is more often called counterfeiting.
" Forging a Fundamentalist ' One Best System ': Struggles over Curriculum and Educational Philosophy for Christian Day Schools, 1970 – 1989 ," History of Education Quarterly, 50 ( Feb. 2010 ), 55 – 83.
Forging banknotes was a capital offence at the time.
* Forging History: The Detection of Fake Letters and Documents by Kenneth W. Rendell, University of Oklahoma Press, 1994, 173 pages.
* The Forging of the American Empire: From the Revolution to Vietnam, a History of U. S. Imperialism by Sidney Lens ( 2003 ) ISBN 0-7453-2101-1.
* Title: The Cajunization of French Louisiana: Forging a regional identity.
The latest to close was Ideal Forging, which filed for bankruptcy in 2001.
* Blakeslee Forging Company — 100 W. Main St.
Forging is the process in which metal is shaped by hammering.
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Forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of metal using localized compressive forces.
Forging is often classified according to the temperature at which it is performed: " cold ", " warm ", or " hot " forging.
Forging is one of the oldest known metalworking processes.
In 2007, the Radford University Board of Visitors approved the University ’ s Strategic Plan, dubbed " 7-17, Forging a Bold New Future ," with a goal of establishing Radford as one of the top 50 master's degree granting universities in the nation by 2017.

Social and Democratic
* 1991 – Takako Doi, chair of the Social Democratic Party, becomes Japan's first female speaker of the House of Representatives.
The present Mayor is Élio Manuel Delgado da Maia, elected by a coalition between the Social Democratic Party and the Democratic Social Centre.
The Social Democratic Party ( SPD ) and The Left ( Die Linke ) took control of the city government after the 2001 state election and won another term in the 2006 state election.
After the 2011 state election, there is a coalition of the Social Democratic Party with the Christian Democratic Union, and for the first time ever, the Pirate Party won seats in a state parliament in Germany.
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Lula's Workers ' Party tends to the statist nationalism side, although there are privatizing forces within his party and government, while Cardoso's Social Democratic Party tends to favor the international private market side by taking neoliberal policies.
In 1981, defectors from the moderate wing of the Labour Party, led by former Cabinet ministers Roy Jenkins, David Owen and Shirley Williams, founded the Social Democratic Party.
The Social Democratic Party ( SDP ) was a centrist political party in the United Kingdom that was created on 26 March 1981 and existed until 1988.
Many original members of the future Social Democratic Party had been members of the Manifesto Group within the Labour Party.
Democratic, Democratic Labour, and Radical were all mentioned as possible names for the new party, as well as New Labour ( which future Labour leader Tony Blair would use to promote the Labour Party more than a decade later ) but eventually Social Democratic was settled on because the ' Gang of Four ' consciously wanted to mould the philosophy and ideology of the new party on the Social Democracy practised on mainland Europe.
Much of the party's initial membership came from the Social Democratic Alliance.
de: Social Democratic Party ( Vereinigtes Königreich )
sv: Social Democratic Party
The Bolsheviks, originally also Bolshevists (; derived from bol ' shinstvo, " majority ") were a faction of the Marxist Russian Social Democratic Labour Party ( RSDLP ) which split apart from the Menshevik faction at the Second Party Congress in 1903.
In the 2nd Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, held in Brussels and London during August 1903, Lenin and Julius Martov disagreed over the membership rules.
As a result, they ceased to be a faction in the RSDLP and instead declared themselves an independent party, called Russian Social Democratic Labour Party ( bolsheviks )-or RSDLP ( b ).

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