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There was always talk about 'fusing' with some other House; but while she lived my mother would never hear of it.
"We have come to make something new, the world's first fusing of drama, music and spectacle."
You can test the hell out of the fusing.
This, in turn, leads to the fusing of that membrane.
In its negative form, it was the fusing of two people for their own individual needs, which weren't mutually healthy.
That seemed to have been forgotten in the fusing and feuding since.
By leaving each one alone, I think they actually ended up 'fusing' more effectively."
Nothing mattered except the fusing of their two bodies.
Pivots thus enable the fusing of several different positions at once.
For a minute or two he watched the fusing of the filament patch.
"I ordered a twelve-hour delay on the fusing of the charge."
The complete vessel was then heated a final time to complete the fusing.
Another 3D printing approach is the selective fusing of materials in a granular bed.
"It allows you to proceed with the fusing and arming protocols."
And then the extraordinary fusing of their eyes and their bodies.
Even the fusing of the Eilt Druin did not seem enough.
But as we lack any other sort of material with which to shore up the walls, the fusing was necessary to prevent further cave-ins.
The fusing of live action and computer-generated imagery is adequate, if rarely inspiring.
This fusing allowed the bomb to bury itself deeply into the ground prior to detonation.
One condition, otosclerosis, results in the fusing of the stapes to the oval window.
Letrozole has also been shown to delay the fusing of the growth plates in mice.
Many displayed a bold, imaginative fusing of ingredients, yet I never detected an effort to put them together for shock value.
In stage five the fusing isn't complete.
She and the weapons crews had already discussed the fusing and arming options.
The Doctor has realised Zarodnix's plan must involve genetic fusing.
The fuzing will be toughen-we may have to go out on the market for the first few.
In 1969 an improved version, the E-2, was introduced with clipped wings and various changes to the fuzing.
The TM-57 has a larger main charge and improved fuzing compared to the earlier TM-46.
However, the type of shell or warhead and its fuzing and, with missiles the guidance arrangement, were and are varied.
The electronic fuzing will probably have failed under the EMP attack, but the back-up mechanical detonators should still function.
An E-3 version included additional changes to the fuzing, and an E-4 featured a modified seeker for use with the F-14 Tomcat.
The rack will also have accessories such as arming solenoids to pull arming wires from fuzes, and ports for data, video or electrical fuzing.
The mine uses a battery powered electronic fuzing which uses a combination of a seismic sensor and a magnetic influence sensor to trigger the mine at the optimal point.
The mines are circular, with a large Misznay Schardin effect warhead in the center of the mine, with the fuzing and sensor electronics located in the dead space above the main charge.
In addition to PAL protection, the fuzing used in nuclear weapons features multiple, highly sophisticated environmental sensors e.g. sensors requiring highly specific acceleration and deceleration profiles before the warhead can be fully armed.