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... A NATO Stock Number, or National Stock Number (NSN) as it is known in the US, is a 13-digit numeric code, identifying all the 'standardized material items of ... be used in all treaty countries, where it is also known as a NATO Stock Number ... An item having an NSN is said to be "stock-listed" ...
... This system prefixes a three- or four-digit number with the letters "CV", meaning "common valve" ... These numbers generally have identical equivalents in both the North American, RETMA, and West European, Mullard-Philips, systems but they bear no resemblance to the assigned "C ... = E95F CV4007 = SQ version of 6AL5 = E91AA Note the 4000 numbers identify special-quality valves ...
... A Federal Stock Number (FSN) was an 11-digit numeric code ... The Federal Stock Number was used officially from 1953 to 1974, when it was replaced by the National Stock Number ... from FSN to NSN was typically done by adding "00" between the first set of numbers (the Federal Supply Class, or FSC) and the second set of numbers ...
... The rolling stock consists of two tramcars of model 71-605 (stock numbers #7 and #8), one tramcar 71-608KM (stock number #1), one tramcar 71-402 “SPECTR” (stock number #2 ... Thereby Volchansk has completely renewed all its rolling stock and unlike many similar towns in Russia it has enough tramcars to operate its transport system ... Also the depot has non-working snow plough “GS-4” (probably, it has no stock number), that has been once plundered by vandals ...
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To drive the dagger in his heart,
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And pick the acrid colors out,
To nail his thought across the door,
Its wings spread wide to rain and snow,
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—Richard Steele (16721729)