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Which Laptop Manufacturer Is Best?

To do the activities you just described...Apple. They are regarded as the best for pictures and videos...plus they have an easier interface (once you get used to it), and iTunes runs smoother for it. I would recommend Apple...I have had the same laptop since I started college 4 years ago, and I used it a whole lot.

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1. Why is a 55 gallon drum more than 12,700 cubic inches when measured and converted?

The "nominal" size- or commonly used term- is 55 gallons, but the actual capacity varies by manufacturer. This is kind of like a piece of lumber being called a "two by four" but not actually measuring 2 inches by 4 inches in cross section. My thought on barrels would be that a "55 gallon" drum is actually a bit over-sized, so that 55 gallons of oil or similar liquids (which expand and contract significantly when warmed or cooled during transport) can change in volume and not burst the drum or otherwise distort the drum shape if the ambient temperature changes. Even water increases in volume when it freezes, so if you put 55 gallons of water into a 55 gallon drum, and it ends up freezing, there is room for it to expand and not burst the drum. Cans of soda are typically filled pretty much to the top. Try leaving an unopened can of soda in your car overnight in freezing weather, and see what happens if there is not room for expansion.

2. Is the lower unit housing for a 89 omc cobra interchangeable with another manufacturer?

OMC makes Cobra which is inboard/outboard. They also make Johnson/Evinrude which are outboards. I do not know about the ability to exchange them. Could be.

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3. I'm looking for urban wear clothing manufacturer?

Rocawear, Phat Farm, BabyPhat, Pepe, South Pole, Akdmks (pronounced academics), Apple Bottoms, Evisu, Ecko, Avirex, Marithe-Francois Girbaud, Sean John, Prada..... Just to name a few ;-)

4. Why is Hyundai such a dominant car manufacturer?

Conservative Japanese giants Toyota and Nissan have always been content to sell reliability and economy. They created upmarket Lexus and Infiniti to sell luxury without the overdone engineering of the Germans. Hyundai came along and made reliable, economical and stylish cars that people were mistaking for Mercedes. Toyota has responded with much more adventurous designs and uncharacteristic marketing campaigns that emphasize it

5. Why won't my V8 start?

If you spent all that money for a brand new engine why did not you just have it installed? My only guess is that it is not getting fuel. Check the fuel pump and line. Knowing make model and manufacturer would help also

6. find me please steel folding machine manufacturer?

I think what you are asking for is information on what is called a "Brake Press" which is a machine that will bend (or fold) sheet metal. These types machines are generally extremely large and heavy which are used in manufacturing and there is where you need to look. They may likely have a model they are wanting to upgrade or just get rid of.

7. Where is the best Ayurveda medicine manufacturer in India?

They are all scammers.Ayurveda - Science-Based Medicine

8. a salt manufacturer is losing money during a record winter, why?

This company probably does not know what its true cost of production is. If they think it takes $10 to produce a bag of salt, they may price their product at $15 per bag. What if they calculated wrong and the actual cost to produce a bag of salt is $20? They end up losing money. Costing is a very important part of being in business

9. As a NASCAR fan, should my loyalty lie with a driver or manufacturer?

I An A Huge 24/Chevy Fan, If Jeff switched to Ford, It would be REALLY hard to root for a Ford. I Loyalty lies with the manufacturer!!!

10. Which is the better laptop manufacturer, ASUS or Dell?

You heard it right, Asus do manufacture components for those companies, and some. From my experience, Dell has the best on-site warranty support but price/performance wise, Asus takes the cake.

11. What manufacturer makes a rifle exactly like the Ruger 10/22?

It CANNOT be EXACTLY the same. If it were it is a patent infringement

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