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Tatarstan

village in the Tatarstan Region of Russia in a Tatar family. He graduated from Moscow State University in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. He lives in Liège (Liège (city)), Belgium and works for Hex-Rays. He is the systems architect and main developer for IDA Pro, which is Hex-Rays' commercial version of the Interactive Disassembler Guilfanov created. A freeware version of this reverse engineering tool is also available. '''Kazan Metro''' ( commons:category:Tatarstan Wikipedia:Tatarstan


Warsaw

Embassy WikiPedia:Warsaw Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Mazovia Warszawa Commons:Category:Warsaw


NASA

of the technologies that are now relied upon by industry to analyze and predict stress and strain, vibration & dynamics, acoustics, and thermal analysis. In 1971, the company released a commercial version of Nastran, named MSC Nastran. http: www.fundinguniverse.com company-histories The-MacNealSchwendler-Corporation-Company-History.html The MacNeal-Schwendler Corporation -- Company History, ''Funding Universe'', retrieved October 13, 2010 Legacy Leif J. Sverdrup died


Singapore

, nearly eight hundred trainees learn in 140 ANZCA-accredited hospitals worldwide. A demilitarized, commercial version of the Tu-160, named '''Tu-160SK''', was displayed at Asian Aerospace in Singapore in 1994 with a model of a small space vehicle named Burlak attached underneath the fuselage. In 1995 Tupolev announced a partnership with the German (Germany) firm OHB-System to produce the aircraft as a carrier for the launch vehicle; the German government subsequently withdrew funding in 1998. Commons:Category:Singapore Wikipedia:Singapore Dmoz:Regional Asia Singapore


Poland

shipped to the German Warsaw Embassy WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Germany

and Deutsche Bahn * '''Greece''': see TrainOSE, Railways of Greece and Hellenic Railways Organisation In actual practice, diplomatic bags are indeed used for exactly this purpose. An illustration is the strenuous protest made by German (Germany) diplomats in Poland in the late 1920s when a cypher machine being shipped to the German Warsaw Embassy Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


India

in 1956, which was a commercial version of its NRX research reactor. In addition AECL built two power reactors in India based on the Douglas Point design, and many of India's other reactors are domestic variants of this design. The connection between India's nuclear weapons program and its CIRUS research reactor led to a severance of nuclear technological cooperation between Canada and India.


United States

. The AT-17 was powered by two Jacobs R-755-9 radial (Radial engine) piston engines. The commercial version was the '''Model T-50''', from which the AT-17 was developed. Based in the northern part of the city of Nagahama on the shore of Lake Biwa, in Shiga Prefecture, northeast of Kyoto, the Tonda Puppets have made international performance tours to Australia, New Zealand, and four times to the United States. The Troupe performs regularly at their own

. It was designed and developed by Charles A. "Mickey" Finn (Mickey Finn (inventor)) at his R&D company, Qual-A-Tec. He later produced it under the Phrobis III name, filling a military contract for 325,000 units. Buck Knives was contracted to make 300,000 units and sold a commercial version under their own name. Finn's designs proved extremely popular, and were widely counterfeited and sold illegally by other makers. In 1986, Finn received , however

in Review: N.B.C. Color," ''New York Times'', Jan. 4, 1954, p. 28. Two days earlier Admiral demonstrated to their distributors the prototype of Admiral's first color television set planned for consumer sale using the NTSC standards, priced at $1,175 ($ in today's dollars). It is not known when the later commercial version of this receiver was first sold. Production was extremely limited, and no advertisements for it were published in New York


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