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The Silent Partner system can achieve up to 30 dB(A) insertion loss on a single vertical exhaust system and up to 35 dB(A) on a dual vertical exhaust system, the company said.
You should also find out whether government officials are silent partners of the foreign firm.
The MEMODYNE Silent Partner Thermal Printer provides a high-speed (6 lines per second), high-contrast, noiseless printout (42 columns) in a rugged, low profile housing which conveniently fits anywhere on a circulation desk.
I found some of Urban's maxims to be debatable, including, "It is not OK to post cash thefts for all employees to view in an effort to discourage thefts." Also, The Silent Partner's "quick quiz" is more anecdotal than scientific.
Silent Partner Technologies, based in Tarpon Springs, Fla., is a software developer and systems integrator of leading edge RFID applications and solutions such as Wander Prevention Management, RFID Asset Tracking, Equipment Tracking and Art Asset Monitoring.
Tampa, FL, December 11, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Silent Partner Technologies (SPT) announced today the release of its major distributorship program.
With a script by Curtis Hanson (who would later achieve Hollywood fame and a stack of Oscars for LA Confidential), The Silent Partner is an unnerving blend of comedy and sudden violence.
Like a ghostly presence, a turquoise mask atop a low stone stand becomes a silent partner in Until...
Life of a Lord has been the silent partner in Ireland's three-pronged national challenge.
The silent partner, Brother, reserves a no less sober surprise for visitors: the aluminum food mills that playfully dot its exterior are lined with graphic color transparencies of dental operations.
Suppose a majority partner in a logging company with strong cash flow wants to buy out his silent partner and requires $1.2 million.
It was Garth Drabinsky's production of Daryl Duke's The Silent Partner (shot in Toronto in 1977 and released in 1978) that set the tone and style of the new producers and their fuzzy vision of "Hollywood North." Financed only in part (about one-third) by tax-shelter investment and without the assistance of the CFDC, The Silent Partner, with its clever casting of a major Canadian star (Christopher Plummer), an American (Elliott Gould) and a British star (Susannah York), was that special blend of success peculiar to very few Canadian films at the time--both critical and commercial.