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Resetting the processor does not clear the system's RAM, so this, while awkward and inefficient, is actually feasible.
Resetting a fire alarm pull station after it has been operated normally requires building personnel or emergency responders to open the station using a key, which often is either a hex key or a more traditional key.

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When the abalone shell is struck, the tiles slide instead of shattering and the protein stretches to absorb the energy of the blow.
* Mode II is a sliding or in-plane shear mode where the crack surfaces slide over one another in direction perpendicular to the leading edge of the crack.
This is in fact incorrect, for a higher string tension can cause the shuttle to slide off the racquet and hence make it harder to hit a shot accurately.
This mechanism is usually controlled by a button at the top and powered by a spring within the pen body, but other possibilities include a pair of buttons, a screw, or a slide.
This test, called the whiff test, is performed by adding a small amount of potassium hydroxide to a microscopic slide containing the vaginal discharge.
Similar to the whiff test, the test for clue cells is performed by placing a drop of sodium chloride solution on a slide containing vaginal discharge.
However, since it cuts across the base of the hills, the creep is often concealed by or confused with slide activity.
( A very similar problem is the design of a banked turn, where the slope of the turn is set so a car will not slide off the road.
The analogy in the case of rotating bucket is that the element of water surface will " slide " up or down the surface unless the normal to the surface aligns with the vector resultant formed by the vector addition F < sub > g </ sub > + F < sub > Cfgl </ sub >.
Powder is used to ensure pieces slide smoothly on the surface.
Curling is a sport in which players slide stones across a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four rings.
For identification by light microscopy, a scraping or swab of the affected area is placed on a microscope slide.
The object is to find what angle the bank must have so the ball does not slide off the road.
It is often useful to have doors which slide along tracks, often for space or aesthetic considerations.
The ruler is replaced by a rod with a pencil holder ( point C ) at one end, and two adjustable side pins ( points A and B ) that slide into two perpendicular slots cut into a metal plate.
Deflation is divided into three categories: ( 1 ) surface creep, where larger, heavier particles slide or roll along the ground ; ( 2 ) saltation, where particles are lifted a short height into the air, and bounce and saltate across the surface of the soil ; and ( 3 ) suspension, where very small and light particles are lifted into the air by the wind, and are often carried for long distances.
More often, however, players use the fourth valve in place of the first and third valve combination, which is somewhat sharp ( compensated for on trumpets and cornets and some three-valve flugelhorns by a slide for the first or third valve ).
The type of resonator guitar with a neck with a square cross-section — called " square neck " or " Hawaiian "— is usually played face up, on the lap of the seated player, and often with a metal or glass slide.
Mechanical malfunctions of the firearm are generally referred to as " jams ", and include failures to feed, extract, or eject a cartridge ; failure to fully cycle after firing ; and failure of a recoil-or gas-operated firearm to lock back when empty ( largely a procedural hazard, as " slide lock " is a visual cue that the firearm is empty ).
The frozen tissue is sliced using a microtome, and the frozen slices are mounted on a glass slide and stained the same way as other methods.
For light microscopy, a steel knife mounted in a microtome is used to cut 10-micrometer-thick tissue sections which are mounted on a glass microscope slide.
In historadiography, a slide ( sometimes stained histochemically ) is X-rayed.

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Another form is an O-T-F ( out-the-front ) switchblade, which only requires the push of a button or spring to cause the blade to slide out of the handle, and lock into place.
The major limitation of slide playing is of course that only one chord shape is available: whatever the strings happen to be tuned to going straight across.
Some slide rules (" duplex " models ) have scales on both sides of the rule and slide strip, others on one side of the outer strips and both sides of the slide strip ( which can usually be pulled out, flipped over and reinserted for convenience ), still others on one side only (" simplex " rules ).
Bob has no lines of dialogue during the first half of " Krusty Gets Busted ;" the character's only communication takes the form of a slide whistle.
In the earliest episodes of The Simpsons, the character of Sideshow Bob only communicates through the use of a slide whistle.
It is also home to the 360 Rush water slide, the only one of its kind in the world.
* Durant Public Schools has a 24 hour station which usually only airs slide shows.
It is also the home to the only indoor / outdoor water slide park in western PA which is at the Upper St. Clair Community Recreation Center.
All static horizontal forces are balanced so that the supporting tower does not tend to tilt or slide, needing only to resist such forces from the live loads.
Above the viewfinder is a filter bar used to slide a green or an orange filter in front of the lens ; starting with the BL, there is only a Neutral Density filter.
Glock pistols have no other manual safeties ( as some other brands have a lever or button ); the only external controls aside from the trigger itself are the slide release and magazine release.
A water coaster is a water slide that mimics a roller coaster by providing not only descents, but ascents as well.
The 1999 race was notable for the torrential rain conditions which saw many experienced drivers slide off the circuit, presenting Johnny Herbert with the opportunity to take Stewart Grand Prix's first ( and only ) victory in its final season before being sold to Ford.
The rise of expression evaluators such as calculators and slide rules were only part of what was required to mathematicize civilization.
This allowed the user to slide the cassette in and out of the case with one hand, and it reduced production costs, especially for prerecorded cassettes because a label was needed only for the cassette, not for the case.
Each groove is only wide enough to allow one row of centre pieces to slide through it.
He took a firm stance that only true work songs should be included in his collection, thus resisting the temptation to let shanties slide into the genres of ballads or other off-duty songs.
As the 1980s wore on, the Style Council's popularity in the UK began to slide, with the band achieving only one top ten single after 1985.
The club's slide continued into the following season, and only goal difference prevented Wrexham from being forced to apply for re-election to the League.
With a hose around his ankle, it pulls that worker away, while the other rushes to help, only to be crushed by a rock slide.
Before the HP-35, the only practical portable devices for performing trigonometric and exponential functions were slide rules.
Hollins had failed to strengthen the side at all during the summer, and despite a decent start, a 5 – 1 defeat at big-spending Reading in September led to a disastrous slide down the table, and the side won just eight games all season, and were saved from bottom spot only by Oxford United being even worse.

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