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EF coil formers
Coil former (magnetic axis horizontal or vertical). Material: GFR polyterephthalate (UL 94 V-0 Coil former (with right-angle pins). Material: GFR polyterephthalate (UL 94 V-0, insulation class to IEC...


Ferrites and accessories | Coil former (magnetic axis vertical)
Coil former (magnetic axis horizontal). Material: GFR polyterephthalate, UL 94 V-0, insulation class to IEC 60085 Yoke Material: Stainless spring steel (0.3 mm). Coil former.


Ferrites and accessories - E 25/13/7 (EF 25)
Coil former (magnetic axis horizontal or vertical). Material: GFR polyterephthalate, UL 94 V-0, insulation class to IEC 60085 Material: Stainless spring steel (0.25 mm). Coil former Version Sections.


When Does a Current Client Become a Former Client
Current clients and former clients — each of these stages create different obligations and affects the attorney’s ability to represent others. When a current client becomes a former client is not always clear.


English Language Day
By the time former British colonies began to gain independence in the mid-20th century, English had become established in 6. People from former British colonies took English and used it to describe.


Tech addiction
Former Google and Facebook employees certainly think so. So they’ve set up a non-profit organisation, the Center for Humane Technology, to reverse the digital attention crisis and promote safe technology...




Unemployment Insurance benefits, an employer's guide
This guide reviews the rules under which your former employees can collect UI benefits and tells you what to do when a former employee files a claim for benefits. This guide offers general information.


An eu ‘Safe countries of origin’ list
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, EEA Countries/Switzerland, Canada...


One of the sturgeons most commonly farmed in the EU is the Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii). Rearing systems for Siberian sturgeon were developed in the 1970s in the former Soviet Union.