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The satisfaction of our buyers is the most primary element in Cadillac's product-driven growth," said Bob Ferguson, vice president, Global Cadillac.
For instance, water can be extracted from ice in the soil and Mars has sources of nitrogen, the primary element in the air we breathe.
Among the four newly discovered viruses was one that "turned out to be the primary element of the honey bee biome, or community of bacteria and viruses," said the study, identifying it as a strain of the Lake Sinai virus.
While function is the primary element of any design project, its conceptual and aesthetic aspects demand equal attention.
The guide focuses specifically on applications where the increased strength and/or stiffness of the soil due to compaction is a primary element of the ground improvement.
The winners, chosen from 140 international entries from 21 countries and 32 states, submitted innovative, visionary and compelling proposals for container constructed multi-family, mixed-use projects using shipping containers as the primary element of construction.
In A Nutshell is a free-style, poetry collection, and the primary element which appealed to me in Fragments is also present here--her honesty.
They accurately and objectively clarify the concept and general idea of effects-based operations as the primary element in planning military operations.
The Stage Toter combines the primary element of the Spa Toter--portability and easy setup--with the features of a stage.
DP flowmeters use both a DP transmitter and a primary element in making a flow measurement.
As with still-life paintings, landscape compositions do not usually depict movement as a primary element.
Tax insurance can be defined as a transfer by a ceding enterprise (a corporation) to an assuming enterprise (a major insurance company) of the liability for potential taxes due in a transaction in which the primary element of risk is financial rather than strategic.