Contacts

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Siamese Revolution Of 1688 - Aftermath
... Not all contacts with the West were severed however ... Contact between Siam and the West remained sporadic, however, and would not return to the level seen in the reign of King Narai until the reign of King Mongkut ... Western contacts aside, trade relations with Asian countries remained buoyant, with Siam remaining especially involved in the Sino-Siamese-Japanese trade ...
Cleaning Cards - Area of Application - Cleaning of Chip Reading Contacts
... Contaminated contacts can result in rejection of the inserted payment or authorization card ... The cleaning card with ensures optimal cleaning of chip reading contacts ...
Sirenik Eskimos - Language - Contacts
... Thus, contacts between Sireniki Eskimos and Siberian Yupik meant using a different language for Sireniki Eskimos they either resorted to use of lingua franca, or used ...
Talkbiznow - Services
... to explore the active Talkbiznow community, advertising and even member blog archives Contact Management tools that offer full control over profile viewing, nudges, message ...
Semikron - State-of-the-art Technology
... Spring contacts allows for electrical contacts without soldering ... Avoiding solder fatigue, spring contacts are resistant against shock, vibration and corrosion, and provide high temperature cycling in harsh industrial environments ... By pressing the PCB to the module the electrical contacts are established ...

Famous quotes containing the word contacts:

    The modern nose, like the modern eye, has developed a sort of microscopic, intercellular intensity which makes our human contacts painful and revolting.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    Living more lives than one, knowing people of all classes, all shades of opinion, monarchists, republicans, socialists, anarchists, has had a salutary effect on my mind. If every year of my life, every month of the year, I had lived with reformers and crusaders I should be, by this time, a fanatic. As it is I have had such varied things to do, I have had so many different contacts that I am not even very much of a crank.
    Rheta Childe Dorr (1866–1948)

    In all our contacts it is probably the sense of being really needed and wanted which gives us the greatest satisfaction and creates the most lasting bond.
    Eleanor Roosevelt (1884–1962)