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Get the most out of your workouts with the TKO 10 lb. The dumbbell features durable rubber encased heads to protect your workout areas. The convenient hexagon shaped heads ensure your dumbbell will not roll away between sets. Former Notre Dame forward Pat Garrity, the Bucks’ first round pick who was dealt to Phoenix on draft night, is the latest NBA talent pursued by Kinder Bologna of the Italian League. Kinder is getting desperate for a boost with former Spurs forward Zarko Paspalj turning into a bust. Paspalj was added as a favor to Kinder standout and former Heat guard Sasha Danilovic.
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As befits a venerable blues standard, there is some debate about its origin. But other versions credit the 1942 recording “Stormy Monday Blues,” performed by Earl “Fatha” Hines and Billy Eckstine, and credited to Hines, Eckstine, and Robert Crowder. But, she says, a wartime ban on recordings using shellac and vinyl kept the Walker version from being released.
From ideal gas tables, this is 300.19 kJ/kg. With an air mass of 160 grams, we have Q1 = 48030 J. If Q2, the energy leaving the compressor is Q1 + 875 J (875W for 1 second) and the compressor is assumed adiabatic then Q2 = 48905 J, which is a 1.8% increase over the inlet air’s energy.
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