routine uses the index of the parent's join column to find the row identifier for that row's parent, and from that parent its pointer to its first child.
Shifting high-campaign-value units beyond a potential adversary's optimal first-strike range is operationally plausible, because initial forward denial operations against a maritime offensive can be waged by submarines; relatively numerous lower-campaign-value warships with offensive armaments disproportionate to their size; land-based air and missile defenses, as well as antiship missiles on friendly-held forward territories and choke points; sea-based missile defenses protecting forward bases and positions; preinserted
forward, territorial-defense ground forces; and widespread offensive and defensive mining.
Also, 47-mm disks are available preinserted
into convenient, disposable polypropylene funnels.
During both protocols, Et[CO.sub.2] was sampled at a gas flow rate of 75 ml/min through a 20-gauge catheter preinserted
into the tip of the endotracheal tube and connected to a calibrated in-line infrared gas analyzer (V9004 Capnograph, SurgiVet, Inc, Waukesha, WI, USA), and Sp[O.sub.2] values were estimated with a pulse oximeter probe (Vet/Ox 4404 Graphic Oximeter, Heska Corp, Fort Collins, CO, USA) placed over the metatarsal artery.
The expansion should enable the Post "to insert into every copy of a one-million press run," said Booth, or into part of a run down to a ZIP Code, or to insert special preprinted sections that themselves can be preinserted
with FSIs using package building.
Copies off the presses will have several possible paths to the dozen Quipp stackers (two live, one backup per press line) on the first floor: directly from the press folders (uninserted editions); to the Newsliner inserters first (live inserting) on the second floor; to inserters via the FlexiRoll buffering reels (inserting the overflow from the press); or from FlexiRoll storage after inserting (preinserted