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The vibraphone , sometimes called the vibraharp or simply the vibes , is a musical instrument in the struck idiophone subfamily of the percussion family. The vibraphone is similar in appearance to the xylophone , marimba and glockenspiel but uses aluminum bars; not wooden bars like

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Clinical trials 2.5 Outbound calling 2.6 Other uses 3 Technologies used 4 Outsourcing vs. Contact Center automation 5 IP 5.1 Video 5.2 Unified Communications in the SIP Contact Center 5.3 Interactive Messaging Response (IMR) 5.4 Hosted vs. on-premise IVR 5.5 Criticism | 2011/9/15 18:57:50

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[ edit ] Features Some features of hex keys are: The tool is simple, small and light. The contact surfaces of the screw or bolt are protected from external damage. There are six contact surfaces between bolt and driver. The tool can be used with a headless screw. The screw can be

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A collection agency is a business that pursues payments of debts owed by individuals or businesses. [ 1 ] Most collection agencies operate as agents of creditors and collect debts for a fee or percentage of the total amount owed. [ 2 ] There are many types of collection agencies. First | 2011/9/1 18:14:57

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and documentation of cultural artifacts. Contents 1 Functionality 2 Technology 2.1 Contact 2.2 Non contact active 2.2.1 Time-of-flight 2.2.2 Triangulation 2.2.3 Strengths and weaknesses 2.2.4 Conoscopic holography 2.2.5 Hand-held laser scanners 2.2.6 Structured

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In the universe of Star Trek , the Prime Directive , Starfleet 's General Order #1, is the most prominent guiding principle of the United Federation of Planets . The Prime Directive dictates that there can be no interference with the internal development of alien civilizations. It has special | 2011/8/30 6:38:18

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In physics , electromotive force , emf (seldom capitalized), or electromotance (dentoed ε and measured in volts ) refers to voltage generated by a battery or by the magnetic force according to Faraday's Law , which states that a time varying magnetic field will induce an electric current

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Telemarketing can also include recorded sales pitches programmed to be played over the phone via automatic dialing. Telemarketing has come under fire in recent years, being viewed as an annoyance by many. Contents 1 History 2 Categories 2.1 Subcategories 3 Procedure 4 Negative

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standard, developed by the International Association for Continuing Education & Training, is that ten contact hours equals one Continuing Education Unit. [ 5 ] Not all professionals use the CEU convention. For example, the American Psychological Association accredits sponsors of continuing | 2011/7/27 10:49:21

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maintenance, or to prevent electric shock. Contents 1 In circuit theory 2 Contacts 2.1 Contact terminology 2.2 Contact bounce 2.3 Arcs and quenching 2.4 Power switching 2.5 Inductive loads 3 Actuator 3.1 Biased switches 3.2 Toggle switch 4 Special types