Standard Features Included

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Cadillac Calais - 1971–1976
... New standard features included a bumper impact system, automatic parking brake release, passenger assist straps and flow through ventilation system ... New standard features included an integral litter container ... New standard equipment included front fender lamp monitors, power door locks, high energy ignition, steel-belted radial tires ...
Fractal Compression - Features
... At common compression ratios, up to about 501, Fractal compression provides similar results to DCT-based algorithms such as JPEG ... At high compression ratios fractal compression may offer superior quality ...
Current Activity Development Around The XLIFF Standard - Features Supported By XLIFF Toolmakers
... of XLIFF tools have supported different sets of features in the XLIFF 1.2 Specification ... By compiling a list of these features the XLIFF TC hopes to identify areas where the XLIFF 2.0 Specification can be improved to enable toolmakers to ...
Cadillac De Ville Series - 1971–1976
... The standard engine remained the 472, still rated at 375 SAE gross horsepower and 365 lb·ft (495 N·m) of torque ... New standard features included a bumper impact system, automatic parking brake release, passenger assist straps and flow through ventilation system ... New standard features included an integral litter container ...

Famous quotes containing the words included, standard and/or features:

    Under the one word “house” are included the schoolhouse, the almshouse, the jail, the tavern, the dwellinghouse; and the meanest shed or cave in which men live contains elements of all these. But nowhere on the earth stands the entire and perfect house.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We don’t want bores in the theatre. We don’t want standardised acting, standard actors with standard-shaped legs. Acting needs everybody, cripples, dwarfs and people with noses so long. Give us something that is different.
    Dame Sybil Thorndike (1882–1976)

    However much we may differ in the choice of the measures which should guide the administration of the government, there can be but little doubt in the minds of those who are really friendly to the republican features of our system that one of its most important securities consists in the separation of the legislative and executive powers at the same time that each is acknowledged to be supreme, in the will of the people constitutionally expressed.
    Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)