M60 General Purpose Machine Gun
60 M. d'Arblay to Frances Burney: [Mickleham, 31 March 1793
Advectively dominated flows in the cores of giant elliptical galaxies: application to M60 (NGC 4649)
WARD, Malcolm Stanley (born 1951), Founder and Managing Director, M60 Strategic Communications, since 2011
Gemini/GMOS imaging of globular clusters in the Virgo galaxy NGC 4649 (M60)
The globular cluster kinematics and galaxy dark matter content of NGC 4649 (M60)
The LuckyCam survey for very low mass binaries – II. 13 new M4.5–M6.0 binaries*
Reference Works. C. Rallings and M. Thrasher, British Electoral Facts 1832–1999, Ashgate, 2000, 336 pp., £60.
134.1. M. 23 June '60. Robert Chambers (Oxford). Address: To Mr Chambers in Lincoln College. Adam.—
A SLUGGS and Gemini/GMOS combined study of the elliptical galaxy M60: wide-field photometry and kinematics of the globular cluster system
M. B. B. Biskupski
Hollywood's War with Poland, 1939–1945. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky. 2010. Pp. xii, 362. $60.00
Thomas M. Prymak. Mykola Kostomarov: A Biography. Buffalo, N.Y.: University of Toronto Press. 1996. Pp. xxiii, 263. $60.00
Papers of William Thornton. Vol. 1: 1781–1802. Ed. by C. M. Harris. (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1995. lxxxvi, 614 pp. $60.00, ISBN 0-8139-1344-6.)
Peer to Peer and the Music Industry: The Criminalization of Sharing. By M. David (London: Sage, 2010, xiv + 186pp. £23.99 pb, £60.00 hb)
Judges. By David M. Gunn. Pp. xiv + 329. (Blackwell Bible Commentaries.) Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. isbn 0 631 22251 0 and 0 631 22252 9. Hardback £60; paper £17.99
Setting dialysis start at 6.0 ml/min/1.73 m2 eGFR—a study on safety, quality of life and economic impact
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2 a general-purpose machine gun of the U.S. Army, which entered service in the 1950s. It is operated by two soldiers: one gunner and one assistant ...
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