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Tadiran - The Israel Defense Forces LORRA; an Israeli-made, third-generation, non-line-of-sight ranging radar capable of detecting, tracking, and classifying small-sized targets to as great a range as 200 kilometres at 4.8 Ghz. HELI-TAD Tadiran (Mesa) - An Israeli-made third generation, non-line-of-sight, multi-pulse radar system used for air defense and directed artillery missile fire. Tadiran (Naftali) - An Israeli-made third generation, non-line-of-sight, multi-pulse radar system used for air defense and directed artillery missile fire. Tadiran (Avihu) - An Israeli-made third generation, non-line-of-sight, multi-pulse radar system used for air defense and directed artillery missile fire. Team Interactive - An American company which provides internet-based GIS software for companies and governments. Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus C TIM Software - A company that develops software for the TI-84 Plus C TMS Software Engineering - A company that develops software for the TI-84 Plus C Triton - A company that provides computer aided software engineering (CASE) software Ti-87 - The calculators released by TI in the 80s. The TI-84 is its recent upgrade. Toyota (Kaihatsu) - A Japanese company which makes cars. Toyota Auto Electronics Company Limited is responsible for the electronic control systems for Toyota vehicles Toyota Management Information Systems (TMIS) - The electronic control systems for Toyota vehicles. Also referred to as KAIHATSU. Originally known as KAIHATSUSEMI which means "management information". Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing (TEM) - The company that makes parts for cars. Toyota Electronics Company Limited (TEC) - The company that makes parts for cars. Toyota Electronic Systems - The electronics division for Toyota vehicles. Originally known as KAIHATSU. Toyota New Products Planning (TNPP) - The division that designs cars. Toyota Engineering Center Incorporated (TECI) - A subsidiary of Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing. TRW - A division of AlliedSignal. Formerly known as Raytheon. 01e38acffe The following are my scopes 1.ECU modell can simulate nearly every ECU from late 80s till today. ECU modell with MAF, engine map, coolant temp etc. 2.There is a large user-base on the internet and it also is known as "ECU Simulator". There is a lot of plugins to the software like ECU engine map, engine map, fuel map etc. and a lot more. 3.I can send you download links for the user-base when you send me a PM. 4.Most of the software has a checksum and it also provides a validation of the software. 5.My software is simpel and intuitive. Cheers! I think you should hire me. INDIANAPOLIS – C.J. Anderson came into the season with a chip on his shoulder about being an afterthought in the Peyton Manning offense. Of course, it turned out the man who turned in a Pro Bowl season in 2013, just two years after a seventh-place finish in the NFL MVP voting, was still the forgotten man in a room full of quarterbacks. The 25-year-old Anderson had only one of his three touchdowns in the Colts’ 45-44 win over the Chargers. He also made a touchdown catch but drew only two targets and had to throw a 16-yard touchdown pass on the sideline. But the biggest thing that came out of the game for the running back was that he’s looking like a guy capable of breaking out of a stagnant offense. Anderson finished with 127 yards on 19 carries and finished the game ranked seventh in the NFL with 5.0 yards per carry. He forced the Colts to abandon the run (they ran it only 15 times for 34 yards), and Anderson’s contributions on the ground against the Chargers were a big reason why Indianapolis hung on to win. “I think they got a little bit scared of me,” Anderson said with a smile. “I think they saw that I can run the ball and I could bust a run. “I’m happy.” But Anderson was not happy in the second half after running the ball three straight times to begin the third quarter with his legs. Anderson was stuffed for no gain, caught an interception at the goal line, fumbled the ball and was tackled with the ball and went to


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