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Hello, years ago I had this app even when they removed it from the play, I didn't uninstall it but a few days ago I uninstalled it and I didn't save my drawings, they were from when I was 9-13 and I w...

Google Translate's dark mode rollout has been an interesting saga to follow. It first showed up in February but looked like a massive eyesore or a very early prototype, then it disappeared for months, despite being available for everyone on iOS. It popped back up again last week, looking better and fresher, but only bestowed its magic on a few users. A few days after that, it began showing up for more people and now seems to have widely rolled out to (almost) everyone.

The First Place in the world cup and a few days of the most important thing that I have to do you want me know what you are a few days of the most important u get the world cup and a few days of the m...

Google says the review process could take up to 7 days or even longer. But usually, it takes up to 2 days. Please, keep in mind that it may take a few days to fill in all the necessary information in the Google Developer account before submitting the application.

I'm using Textra on my Android because it's the only text app that will work properly with Straight Talk. ST a big mistake, but done is done. I got a message a few days ago that my 30-day free trial e...

In a large warehouse outside of Kuwait City civilian contractors from more than 25 countries around the world work in 2, 12-hour shifts, 7 days a week. They were working around the clock in temperatures reaching 120 degrees to ensure US Marines were protected from improvised explosive devices and small-arms fire during convoy operations by installing new panels, dubbed up-armor, to the gunner's turret, undercarriage and sides of their vehicles. Beginning on 16 July 2004, more than 60 MTVR 7-ton trucks and HMMWVs from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit had been fitted with the new armor plates. The up-armor project began in February 2004 when Marine commanders wanted 100 percent side protection on their vehicles. Headquarters, Marine Corps sent a request to Logistics Command to come up with a design for the new armor. Within 28 days of the request, the new up-armor had been prototyped, tested, approved and installed on vehicles headed to Iraq from the I Marine Expeditionary Force.

Armor plates, pre-cut 3/8-inch metal, were to be blasted, painted and bent to fit the specific vehicles they were tasked to prepare the kits for. Kits had to be produced for the Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR), both doors and underbody, and for the 5-ton trucks, doors and underbody. The only thing they had to do other than prepare the kits was manufacture the brackets and hardware that were needed to mount the plates. Those had to be done in-house in just a few days.if(typeof ez_ad_units != 'undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[580,400],'globalsecurity_org-box-4','ezslot_3',128,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-globalsecurity_org-box-4-0'); 59ce067264


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