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prototype models to meet engineering requirements; conducts tests or experiments Traces river basin maps and enters symbols to denote stream sampling. The KGP Chronicle · Alumni Meet · Admission to PGDBA - batch · Setting up of THE ACADEMY OF CLASSICAL & FOLK ARTS - at IIT Kharagppur. Geographers need to know how to use and interpret maps. In addition to using traditional map symbols, geographers can use technology such as GPS to help.

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Each of these stages consists of 25 ranks. Each stage also changes the color of your Coin, ranging from light blue to rich red. Within each of the stages, there are another five sub-stages consisting of five types of Coins. In the first of the sub-stages, you are given a plain Coin. Leveling up the five individual levels within this stage will add one star at a time starting from one onto your Coin.

Every five levels obtained will gain you more accessories for your Coin, but will reset the star-count to one. After 25 levels, this accessory system will reset, but the Coin will become a different color.

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In addition to levels, there are tiers. After you surpass levelyou will be reset to level 1, while your tier will increase by 1, and your badge will change its appearance accordingly.

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There are 8 tiers in total, making the maximum levelTier 8. The Casual Mode Level is a cosmetic feature that shows how much and how well you have played with others.

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These levels can never be lost, and they do not affect matchmaking. Casual Mode's levels are different from Competitive Mode's ranks; Competitive Mode's ranks do affect matchmaking and can be lost.

The area seen before the title card appears resembles the one seen in the beginning of Expiration Date. Camping Fun, All year round! The sign that appears at the beginning of the video displays the Sniper Rifle 's old headshot kill icon.

The van appears to be painted in "Sahara Dust", a green-grey tone.

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The Sniper's van bears the Team Fortress series logo on the roof. The Sniper's camper van was eventually turned into a model by Valve for map and machinima makers, and also appears in Thunder Mountain in the very back of the map, by a water tower on a cliff near the RED side, and Mannhattan, by the ramp leading up, away from the robot entryway. The bobblehead on the Sniper's dash is a caricature of the Civilian as he appears in the original Team Fortress Classic series of games.

Originally, the Civilian bobblehead on the dashboard of the camper van at the beginning of the video was a bobblehead of the " Old Geezer " from the "Old Geezer Draft Beer" poster found in-game. It was later replaced because the intended Sniper reference was too obscure for people to understand.

The music in the video is a homage to the " Magnum Force " theme by Lalo Schifrin. The music in this video is one of two pieces of music featured in a Meet the Team video that has yet to be released as a main menu theme. In the scene where the Sniper brushes his teeth, his signature Sniper Rifle is reflected in the mirror.

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It appears correctly right-handed in the mirror, so out of the mirror, it would appear to be designed for use by a left-handed person. The jars of urine are the very first glimpse of Jaratewhich may also be an explanation for Jarate being referred to in the game files as "urinejar". In the timelapse scene, the Sniper drinks a brown liquid most likely coffee out of a mug with the words " 1 Sniper". When he is speaking to his father on the phone, he says that he is "not a crazed gunman, Dad", which is another Sniper achievement [kill 3 enemies achieving an objective in a single life].

The achievement in StarCraft is to kill a certain amount of enemies with Sniper rounds in one game, and is the only phrase of the Sniper's standard speech not used as an achievement in Team Fortress 2.