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ကရာတေးဒို COMBAT Karate (real powerful karate) သည် kihon, kata, kumite နည်းစနစ်များ(sport things and fighting arts or fighting methods) ကို စနစ်တကျ လေ့ကျင့်ရုံသာမက street fights နှင့် ground fights များတွင် ထိရောက်စွာ အသုံးဝင်လှကြောင်း၊ စွမ်းအားထက်မြက်သော ကရာတေးနည်းစနစ်များ (Powerful techniques) နှင့် ထိရောက်သော တိုက်ခိုက်ရေးနည်းစနစ်များ (effective combat trainings) ပါဝင်ပြီး အစွမ်းရှိလှကြောင်း၊ အထူးသဖြင့် အနီးကပ်တိုက်ပွဲများ (Close Quarter Combat (CQC))၊ တပ်မတော် ကွန်မန်ဒိုများ (army commando) နှင့် ရဲကွန်မန်ဒိုများ (police commando) အတွက် အထူးအသုံးဝင်လှကြောင်း၊ ထို့ကြောင့် အနောက်နိုင်ငံများတွင် combative karate (real powerful karate) ကို သင်ယူလေ့ကျင့်သူ အထူးများပြားရခြင်းဖြစ်သည်ဟု ဆိုသည်။ Karate are codified systems and traditions of combat practices, which are practiced for a variety of reasons: self-defense, competition, physical health and fitness, entertainment, as well as mental, physical, and spiritual development.
မိုက်ခရိုဆော့ဖ် One of Microsoft's business tactics, described by an executive as "embrace, extend and extinguish," initially embraces a competing standard or product, then extends it to produce their own version which is then incompatible with the standard, which in time extinguishes competition that does not or cannot use Microsoft's new version. Various companies and governments sue Microsoft over this set of tactics, resulting in billions of dollars in rulings against the company. Microsoft claims that the original strategy is not anti-competitive, but rather an exercise of its discretion to implement features it believes customers want.
ဘီ-၂ ကိုယ်ပျောက်ဗုံးကြဲလေယာဉ် The Advanced Technology Bomber (ATB) began in 1979. Full development of the black project followed, and was funded under the code name "Aurora". After the evaluations of the companies' proposals, the ATB competition was narrowed to the Northrop/Boeing and Lockheed/Rockwell teams with each receiving a study contract for further work. Both teams used flying wing designs. Northrop had prior experience developing the YB-35 and YB-49 flying wing aircraft. The Northrop design was larger while the Lockheed design included a small tail.
ဘီ-၂၉ ဗုံးကြဲလေယာဉ် Boeing submitted its Model 345 on 11 May 1940, in competition with designs from Consolidated Aircraft (the Model 33, later to become the B-32), Lockheed (the Lockheed XB-30), and Douglas (the Douglas XB-31). Douglas and Lockheed soon abandoned work on their projects, but Boeing received an order for two flying prototypes, given the designation XB-29, and an airframe for static testing on 24 August 1940, with the order being revised to add a third flying aircraft on 14 December. Consolidated continued to work on its Model 33 as it was seen by the Air Corps as a backup in case of problems with Boeing's design. An initial production order for 14 service test aircraft and 250 production bombers was placed in May 1941, this being increased to 500 aircraft in January 1942. The B-29 featured a fuselage design with circular cross-section for strength. The need for pressurization in the cockpit area also led to the B-29 having the only "stepless" cockpit design, without a separate windscreen for the pilot, on an American combat aircraft of World War II.