fastie

fastie

(ˈfɑːstɪ)
n
1. a deceitful act
2. pull a fastie to play a sly trick
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Recent product introductions include quick mold-change aids such as the SWAP valve and FasTie quick ejector tie-in system.
These so-called FASTie mice experienced problems in the vessels that were similar to those seen in animals with diabetes.
Comparing FASTie mice to normal animals, as well as to mice with diabetes, Wei and Semenkovich determined that mice without FAS, and with low levels of FAS, could not make the substance that anchors nitric oxide synthase to the endothelial cells in blood vessels.
My coming to them was more personal and made them feel more important," says Fastie.
Fastie, an astronomer with Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
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Also showing cooling components, FasTie and SWAP valve for quick mold changes, Smartlock slide retainers, and greaseless mold carrier and alignment system.
While companies like Oracle and IBM were dropping out of spinoff discussions with Novell, Fastie put together a surprisingly credible one-man bid for an organization that was once the PC industry's fourth-largest software company.
Showing FasTie quick ejector coupling newly upgraded with increased strength.
The Smartflow FasTie system from Burger Engineering, Inc.