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Mazda Vin Decoder
- An electronic device for analyzing the information components of an audio or visual signal and feeding them to separate amplifier channels
- An electronic device that converts a coded signal into one that can be used by other equipment, esp. a device to decode satellite television signals
- a machine that converts a coded text into ordinary language
- A person or thing that analyzes and interprets something, in particular
- the kind of intellectual who converts messages from a code to plain text
- A decoder is a device which does the reverse of an encoder, undoing the encoding so that the original information can be retrieved. The same method used to encode is usually just reversed in order to decode.
- is a Japanese automotive manufacturer based in Fuchū, Aki District, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
- A vehicle of this brand, especially a car; Ahura Mazda, the supreme and transcendental god of Zoroastrianism
- Mazda was a trademarked name created by the Shelby Electric Company for incandescent light bulbs. The name was used from 1909 through 1945 in the United States by Shelby and later General Electric; Mazda brand light bulbs were made for decades after 1945 outside the USA.
- A Vehicle Identification Number, commonly abbreviated to VIN (but sometimes incorrectly referred to as VIN number), is a unique serial number used by the automotive industry to identify individual motor vehicles.
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- (VINS) The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is a non-profit environmental education organization based in Quechee, Vermont. Its mission is to motivate individuals and communities to care for the environment through education, research, and avian wildlife rehabilitation.
- Georgi Petrovich Vins (Георгий Петрович Винс; August 4, 1928 Blagoveshchensk, Russian SFSR – January 11, 1998 Elkhart, Indiana) was a Russian Baptist pastor persecuted by the Soviet authorities for his involvement in a network of independent Baptist churches.
I love the detailing of the characters on his suit, as well as the paint apps on his throwing stars. His face is amazing as well. I got Decoder in a two-pack for $3. That’s $1.50 per figure, an awesome value for a pretty great fig.
The thing I like about The Corps figures is their ambiguity. For the most part, these figures aren’t given personalities or histories by Lanard, at least not on the card. They’re themed with a team and given names, but that’s about it, leaving us free to do what we will with them.
In my view, Decoder is a hotshot martial artist who likes a straight fight. No sneaking around. How could you in that yellow jumpsuit? He’s like what I imagine became of Johnny in the Karate Kid. He had to learn some lessons the hard way, but it ultimately made him stronger instead of breaking him.
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