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.
My coming to them was more personal and made them feel more important," says Fastie.
Despite the chance survival of isolated trees to serve as potential seed sources and despite the greater success of the more ruderal Pinus contorta, the pattern of forest development on the debris flow appears to be more predictable than the multiple pathways observed in some other systems composed of a similar number of invading species (McCune and Allen, 1985; Fastie, 1995).
Fastie, an astronomer with Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Fourth 1 Ballymac Token 2 Fabulous Azure 3 Parnell Daisy 4 Fahy Angie (m) 5 Stephens Fastie (m) 6 Crash Black (m).
Also showing cooling components, FasTie and SWAP valve for quick mold changes, Smartlock slide retainers, and greaseless mold carrier and alignment system.
1994; Fastie, 1995), but chance effects have not been well documented.
Olson 1958b, Matthews 1979, Christensen and Peet 1984, McCune and Allen 1984, Fastie 1995).
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.
At coarse scales, the seed shadow determines whether colonization of new habitats occurs mostly from patch edges, where seed rain from nearby adults is dense (Bjorkbom 1971, Hughes and Fahey 1988, Greene and Johnson 1989), or from seed traveling long distances (Davis 1981, Ritchie and MacDonald 1986, Fastie 1995).