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ဘရောက်ဆာ စစ်ပွဲများ Given the popularity of WebKit for mobile browsers, Opera Software discontinued its own Presto engine in February 2013. The Opera 12 series of browsers were the last to use Presto with its successors using WebKit instead.
နှစ်ပတ်လည် In Latin, it seems that this rule did not apply precisely for 1½. While "secundus" is Latin for "second", and "bis" for "twice", these terms are not used such as in sesqui-secundus. Instead "sesqui" (or "ses") is used by itself.
ဘီ-၂၉ ဗုံးကြဲလေယာဉ် During 1944 and 1945 five B-29s made emergency landings in Soviet territory after bombing raids on Japanese Manchuria and Japan. In accordance with Soviet neutrality in the Pacific War, the bombers were interned and kept by the Soviets, despite American requests for their return and were, instead, used by the Soviets as a pattern for the Tupolev Tu-4.
ကျောက်တုံးဥယျာဉ် According to legend, the forest is the birthplace of Ashima (阿诗玛), a beautiful girl of the Yi people. After falling in love she was forbidden to marry her chosen suitor and instead turned into a stone in the forest that still bears her name.
ကျူးဘားဒုံးပျံအရေးအခင်း The United States considered attacking Cuba via air and sea, but decided on a military blockade instead, calling it a "quarantine" for legal and other reasons. The US announced that it would not permit offensive weapons to be delivered to Cuba, demanded that the Soviets dismantle the missile bases already under construction or completed, and return all offensive weapons to the USSR. The Kennedy administration held only a slim hope that the Kremlin would agree to their demands, and expected a military confrontation.
ပိုင်အိုနီးယား-၁၀ အာကာသယာဉ် During the first seven months of the journey, the spacecraft made three course corrections. The on-board instruments underwent checkouts, with the [[photometer]]s examining Jupiter and the [[Zodiacal light]], and experiment packages being used to measure cosmic rays, magnetic fields and the solar wind. The only anomaly during this interval was the failure of the star sensor, which instead required the spacecraft to maintain its orientation using the two sun sensors.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The [[Mir EO-10|EO-10]] crew, launched aboard [[Soyuz TM-13]] on 2 October 1991, was the last crew to launch from the USSR and continued the occupation of "Mir" through the fall of the [[Soviet Union]]. The crew is notable for having launched as Soviet citizens and returning to earth as Russians. The newly formed [[Russian Federal Space Agency]] (Roskosmos) was unable to finance the unlaunched "[[Spektr]]" and "[[Priroda]]" modules, instead putting them into storage and ending "Mir's" second expansion.
တိုင်ဖွန်း In the novel, "Red October" used a drive system consisting of long shafts cut through the hull containing impellers called a tunnel drive or "caterpillar drive." In the movie, the caterpillar drive was instead said to be a magnetohydrodynamic drive with no moving parts. In both the novel and the movie, the drive was said to be near-silent; this made the "Red October" a perfect platform for launching depressed-trajectory ballistic missiles at the United States.
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