turnable


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turnable

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It comes after Ferryhill Railway Heritage Trust installed a turnable, allowing steam services to return to the north-east.
From the 360 degree turnable spring arm to the effortless EasyDock M magnetic system for the dual-spray metal head, every detail of GROHE Essence Professional has been designed with ease of use in mind.
Being 20% lighter than Hypnos' other turnable hotel mattresses, it can be easily rotated by one person without any need for help.
Normally the waste gate is a turnable flap being operated with actuator.
It employs an anechoic chamber with two test antennas that are positionable in a [THETA]-plane and a turntable for UE placement that is turnable in the [PHI]-plane, as depicted in Figure 2.
Compared with conventional kernels and with implicit kernel mapping, the nonlinear mapping of the quasi-linear kernel is turnable by M, which also reflects the nonlinearity of the quasi-ARX RBFN models in the sense of the number of local linear subspaces utilized.