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9M
9M or 9-M can refer to:Salmson 9M, a model of Salmson 9 IATA code for Central Mountain Air Northrop N-9M New York State Route 9M Period-after-opening symbol AIM-9M, model of AIM-9 Sidewinder ČZW-9M, see ČZW-9 VF-9M, see VMF-111 FN FNP-9m, see FN Herstal FNP PC-9M, see Pilatus PC-9 Yak-9M, se Yakovlev Yak-9 Kappa 9M, model of Kappa (rocket) DE-9M, see D-subminiatureSee also[edit]M9 (other)Disambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titles This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title formed as a letter-number combination. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the
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Period-after-opening Symbol
The period-after-opening symbol or PAO symbol is a graphic symbol that identifies the useful lifetime of a cosmetic product after its package has been opened for the first time. It depicts an open cosmetics pot and is used together with a written number of months or years. In the European Union, cosmetics products with a shelf-life of at least 30 months are not required to carry a "best used before end of ..." date. Instead, there has to be "an indication of the period of time after opening for which the product can be used without any harm to the consumer". The EU Cosmetics Directive defines in Annex VIIIa the language-neutral open-jar symbol, which manufacturers should use to indicate this period. The time period is most often represented compactly as a number of months, followed by the letter "M", as in "36M" for a period of thirty-six months, written either onto the front side of the depicted pot or to the right or bottom of it
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Salmson 9
Between 1920 and 1951 the Société des Moteurs Salmson
Société des Moteurs Salmson
in France developed and built a series of widely used air-cooled aircraft engines.[1] Maryse Hilsz
Maryse Hilsz
holding the propeller of her Mauboussin M.122 with Salmson
Salmson
9 Aé.RS,[2] 1935Contents1 Design and development 2 British Salmson 3 Salmson
Salmson
post-WWI engines 4 Applications4.1 Nine cylinder engines 4.2 Seven cylinder engines 4.3 7AC 4.4 Five cylinder engines 4.5 5Ap 4.6 5Aq 4.7 5AC5 Specifications (9 Ab)5.1 General characteristics 5.2 Components 5.3 Performance6 See also 7 Notes 8 ReferencesDesign and development[edit] After their successful water-cooled radial engines, developed from 1908 to 1918, Salmson
Salmson
changed their focus to air-cooling to reduce weight and increase specific power (power per unit weight)
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Central Mountain Air
Central Mountain Air Ltd. is a Canadian regional airline based in Smithers, British Columbia.[2] It operates scheduled and charter services and transborder services. Its main base is Smithers Airport, with other bases at Calgary International Airport, Vancouver International Airport and Prince George Airport.[3]Contents1 History 2 Destinations 3 Fleet 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The airline was established and started operations in 1987; it is wholly owned by 580741 BC.[3] In 1997 Central Mountain Air placed an order for additional Raytheon Beech 1900D Airliner aircraft and began operating as an Air Canada connector, replacing Air BC operating several routes within Alberta and British Columbia, latterly under the Air Canada Express banner. In October 2011, Central Mountain Air ceased a Capacity Purchase Agreement (CPA) with Air Canada
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M9 (other)
M9, M-9 or M09 may refer to:Contents1 Aviation 2 Computers 3 Firearms and military equipment 4 Science 5 Transport 6 OtherAviation[edit]Grigorovich M-9, a Russian World War I-era biplane flying boat Miles M.9 Master, a 1939 British 2-seat monoplane advanced trainer Motor Sich Airlines, a Ukrainian airline (IATA airline designator: M9)Computers[edit]M9-IX, a short name for the Moscow Internet ExchangeFirearms and military equipment[edit]M9M1, a 9mm/.45ACP submachine gun M9 pistol, a 9mm pistol M-9, the export name for the Chinese missile DF-15 M9, a variant of the M2 Half Track Car M9 bayonet, a United States military knife M9 Armored Combat Earthmover, a United States military earthmover M9 Anti-tank Rocket Launcher, another name for the bazookaScience[edit]Messier 9 (M9), a globular cluster in the constellation Ophiuchus ATC code M09 Other drugs for disorders of the musculo-skeletal system, a subgroup of the Anatomi
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D-subminiature
The D-subminiature
D-subminiature
or D-sub is a common type of electrical connector. They are named for their characteristic D-shaped metal shield. When they were introduced, D-subs were among the smallest connectors used on computer systems.Contents1 Description, nomenclature, and variants 2 Typical applications2.1 Communications ports 2.2 Network ports 2.3 Computer video output 2.4 Game controller
Game controller
ports 2.5 Other3 Wire-contact attachment types 4 Usage 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksDescription, nomenclature, and variants[edit] "DE-9" redirects here
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Yakovlev Yak-9
The Yakovlev
Yakovlev
Yak-9 was a single-engine fighter aircraft used by the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
in World War II
World War II
and after. Fundamentally a lighter development of the Yak-7
Yak-7
with the same armament, it arrived at the front at the end of 1942. The Yak-9 had a lowered rear fuselage decking and all-around vision canopy. Its lighter airframe gave the new fighter a flexibility that previous models had lacked.[1] The Yak-9 was the most mass-produced Soviet fighter of all time
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Kappa (rocket)
Kappa is a family of Japanese sounding rockets, which were built starting from 1956.Contents1 Rockets1.1 Kappa 1 1.2 Kappa 2 1.3 Kappa 6 (in two stages) 1.4 Kappa 7 1.5 Kappa 8 (in two stages) 1.6 Kappa 4 1.7 Kappa 9L 1.8 Kappa 9M 1.9 Kappa 8L 1.10 Kappa 102 See also 3 External linksRockets[edit] Kappa 1[edit]Ceiling: 40 km Takeoff thrust: 10.00 kN Diameter: 0,13 m Length: 2,70 mKappa 2[edit]Ceiling: 40 km Mass: 300 kg Diameter: 0,22 m Length: 5 mKappa 6 (in two stages)[edit]pay load: 20 kg Ceiling: 60 km Takeoff weight: 270 kg Diameter: 0,25 m Length: 5,61 mKappa 7[edit]Ceiling: 50 km Diameter: 0,42 m Length: 8,70 mKappa 8 (in two stages)[edit]pay load: 50 kg Ceiling: 160 km Takeoff weight: 1500 kg Diameter: 0,42 m Length: 10,90 mKappa 4[edit]Ceiling: 80 km Takeoff thrust: 105.00 kN Diameter: 0,33 m Length: 5,90 mKappa 9L[edit]Pay load: 15 kg Ceiling: 350 km Ta
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FN Herstal FNP
See Variants:FNP-9 (9×19mm Parabellum) FNP-9M (9×19mm Parabellum) FNP-40 (.40 S&W) FNP-45 (.45 ACP) FNP-357 (.357 SIG)SpecificationsWeightUnloaded:24.7 oz (700 g) (FNP-9)[1] 24.8 oz (703 g) (FNP-9M) 24.7 oz (700 g) (FNP-357) 26.7 oz (757 g) (FNP-40)[2] 32.4 oz (919 g) (FNP-45)[3]Length7.4 in (188 mm) (FNP-9)[1] 7.06 in (179 mm) (FNP-9M) 7.4 in (188 mm) (FNP-357) 7.4 in (188 mm) (FNP-40)[2] 7.85 in (199 mm) (FNP-45)[3]Barrel length4 in (102 mm) (FNP-9)[1] 3.791 in (96 mm) (FNP-9M) 4 in (102 mm) (FNP-357) 4 in (102 mm) (FNP-40)[2] 4.5 in (114 mm) (FNP-45)[3]Width1.55 in (39 mm) (FNP-9)[1] 1.55 in (39 mm) (FNP-40)[2] 1.58 in (40 mm) (FNP-45)[3]Height5.4 in (137 mm) (FNP-9)[1] 5.4 in (137 mm) (FNP-40)[2] 6.33 in (161 mm) (FNP-45)[3]Cartridge9×19mm Parabellum[1] .357 SIG .40 S&W[2] .45 ACP[3]Effective firing range 55 yd (50 m)[4]Feed 
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VMF-111
September 1, 1925 - November 26, 1945 June 1, 1948 - October 22, 1965Country United StatesBranch USMCType Fighter squadronRole Air interdictionPart of InactiveNickname(s) "Rojo Diablos" (1930s)[1] "Devil Dogs" (WWII)Tail Code 5DEngagements World War II * Solomon Islands CampaignCommandersNotable commanders Christian F. SchiltAircraft flownFighter Vought VE-7 Boeing FB-1 Curtiss F6C-4 Curtiss F7C-1 Seahawk Boeing F4B-4 Grumman F3F-2 Grumman F4F Wildcat Vought F4U Corsair North American AF-1E Fury Vought F-8 CrusaderMarine Fighting Squadron 111 (VMF-111) was a reserve fighter squadron in the United States
United States
Marine Corps. Nicknamed the “Devil Dogs”, the squadron was one of the first aviation squadrons in the Marine Corps and gained national attention in the 1930s as the Marine Corps show unit
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Pilatus PC-9
The Pilatus PC-9
Pilatus PC-9
is a single-engine, low-wing tandem-seat turboprop training aircraft manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft
Pilatus Aircraft
of Switzerland. Designed as a more powerful evolution of the Pilatus PC-7, the PC-9's first flight was made in May 1984 after which certification was achieved in September 1985. After this, the first production orders for the type were received from the Royal Saudi Air Force, with deliveries commencing in 1985
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AIM-9 Sidewinder
The AIM-9 Sidewinder
AIM-9 Sidewinder
is a short-range air-to-air missile developed by the United States Navy
United States Navy
at China Lake, California, in the 1950s, and subsequently adopted by the United States
United States
Air Force. Since its entry into service in 1956, the Sidewinder has proved to be an enduring international success, and its latest variants are still standard equipment in most western-aligned air forces.[3] The Soviet K-13, a reverse-engineered copy of the AIM-9, was also widely adopted by a number of nations. The majority of Sidewinder variants utilize infrared homing for guidance; the AIM-9C variant used semi-active radar homing and served as the basis of the AGM-122 Sidearm
AGM-122 Sidearm
anti-radar missile. The Sidewinder is the most widely used missile in the West, with more than 110,000 missiles produced for the U.S
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9M
9M or 9-M can refer to:Salmson 9M, a model of Salmson 9 IATA code for Central Mountain Air Northrop N-9M New York State Route 9M Period-after-opening symbol AIM-9M, model of AIM-9 Sidewinder ČZW-9M, see ČZW-9 VF-9M, see VMF-111 FN FNP-9m, see FN Herstal FNP PC-9M, see Pilatus PC-9 Yak-9M, se Yakovlev Yak-9 Kappa 9M, model of Kappa (rocket) DE-9M, see D-subminiatureSee also[edit]M9 (other)Disambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titles This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title formed as a letter-number combination. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the
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New York State Route 9M
New York State Route 9M (NY 9M) was a state highway in Warren County, New York, in the United States. It was a spur route of U.S. Route 9 (US 9) that largely followed the eastern bank of the Schroon River. The southern terminus of the route was at NY 8 in the town of Horicon near the hamlet of Starbuckville. Its northern terminus was at US 9 in the Chester hamlet of Pottersville. NY 9M was known as East Schroon River Road and Glendale Road and crossed over the southern tip of Schroon Lake. NY 9M was assigned c. 1931 to what had been designated as legislative Route 22-c from 1913 to 1921. It lasted for less than a decade as it was removed c. 1939
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Northrop N-9M
The Northrop N-9M
Northrop N-9M
was an approximately one-third scale, 60-ft span all-wing aircraft used for the development of the full size, 172-ft wingspan Northrop XB-35 and YB-35 flying wing long-range, heavy bomber
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