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1. ### Is there a way to use pokemon black modifier code without L+R?

... lips over the crack in between the L/R button and the rest of the DS and blow, you...+Down 94000130 FFFB0000=L+R+Select 94000130 FEDF0000=R...

1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 27/05/2013

2. ### who is L.R. Palestinae

...quot; : 'Palestine', 'the Holy Land' "L.R." are probably the initials of the maker. "AQUA....

1 Answers · Society & Culture · 02/11/2008

3. ### In the dice game L R C What if you roll 3 dice and get 2 L's and 1 C or that type of combination?

Right, Mike. "L R C" stands for "Left", "Right"...

3 Answers · Games & Recreation · 26/11/2009

4. ### I BUY 22 L.R. RIFLE , I WANT SCOPE IN THERE , MY QUESTION IS, CAN I INSTALL MYSELF OR SOMEBODY EXPERT HELP ME.?

For a .22 L.R. you're limited to about 75 yd.s for practical purposes. A...

6 Answers · Sports · 20/02/2011

5. ### L/R audo on tv not working?

Are you sure the L/R audio connections on your Samsung are outputs...

2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 04/01/2011

6. ### what is need of L/R switch on 11kV feeder?

By L/R, I assume you mean local/remote. I personally would prefer to be as far away...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/07/2008

7. ### Geometry. Why??? ? SurfaceArea = ( l + r )rπ ....Surface Area of cone?

... + π r² To get your final form, factor out πr: πr( + r) Or we can switch it around: Surface area = ( + r) r π

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/05/2016

8. ### A * M / L * (R / 100) / H + A * (1 – M / L) * ((R / 100) ^2) / H ^ 2) = W?

...so we have to guess what you really have. I'll guess: A * M / L * (R / 100) / H + A * (1 – M / L) *(((R / 100) ^2) / ...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/01/2012

9. ### I have the mclaren 5.1 home theater system, but my reciever only has 4 speaker inputs. A+B and L+R.?

A HTS has its own speaker outputs L+R is stereo mode A+B is an old setting on stereo...

3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 02/12/2011

10. ### what happens when L/R is much higher than the period of the square wave?

Depends on how the L/R interacts with the square wave. I'm assuming L/R...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/04/2011