Acronyms that contain the term safety and arming mechanism
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" Musical Instrument" in Turkish and Persian
"Environmental, Safety & Health"
"Wing, Empennage, and Gear"
'About two months and one day 'off'
'LE-' from Legend and ‘NOVO’, a Latin word for 'new'
(Long) Crude, Copper, Cotton And Platinum
(Ontario) Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
-Conditions of Contract for Construction for Building and Engineering Works
1st Reader Mono (Black and White) binary screen image Bitmap graphics
1st Reader mono and color binary screen image Bitmap graphics
2 1/2-inch x 42-inch fabric strip (usually rolled up and sold in a set)
3(Prevascular and Prevertabral nodes' station) Anterior (to the vessels)
3(Prevascular and Prevertabral nodes' station) behind (the oesophagus)
5 Kilometer run and Obstacle course combo
7th International Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structurs
89.7 WGBH, Boston’s NPR Station for News and Culture
9/11 Widows and Victims' Families Association
A & A Automotive and Wrecker Service
a Americans Against Public Bathrooms and Lavatories
A and G Railroad L.L.C.
A and K Railroad Materials
A and K Railroad Materials Incorporated
A and R Leasing
A and R Leasing
A and R Leasing, Limited Liability Corporation
What does safety and arming mechanism mean?
- safety and arming mechanism
- A dual function device which prevents the unintended activation of a main charge or propulsion unit prior to arming, but allows activation thereafter upon receipt of the appropriate stimuli.
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