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UN Security Council Resolution 338 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (299 words)
The three-line UN Security Council Resolution 338, adopted on October 22, 1973, called for the ceasefire in the Yom Kippur War in article 1 and for implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 242 in article 2.
The continuing importance of Resolution 338, often missed in many accounts incorrectly claiming that there are no binding Security Council Resolutions relating to the Arab-Israeli conflict, stems from the word "decides" in article 3 (also appearing in its immediate sequels SC 339-341).
The legal force added to SC 242 by this resolution is the reason for the otherwise puzzling fact that SC 242 and the otherwise seemingly superfluous and superannuated SC 338 are always referred to together in legal documents relating to the conflict.
Class 338: ELECTRICAL RESISTORS / U.S. Patent Classification Definitions (13213 words)
In the resistors classified in Class 338 the heat produced is incidental or undesired; or is utilized internally only to modify in some manner, as in a thermistor, the temperature of the resistor to in turn modify the current impeding characteristic of the resistor.
This Class 338 provides generally for resistors which are shaped or chemically constituted to change their resistance value in response to a condition or change in condition, or for mechanically variable resistors combined with a condition sensing actuator.
As between this class (338) and the insulators of special application in other classes, this class (338) includes insulators which are constituent parts of the resistor as to have a resistance element wound or strung thereon.
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