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Rather than giving space to the Jewish prisoners' involvement with these signs and in these sites, it employs the semiotics to interpret the camp director's benignancy.
Recently, melt intercalation is being recognized as a promising approach because of its ease by employing conventional polymer mixing or extrusion processes and its environmental benignancy and cost effectiveness.
The CTLM(TM) scanner which is the world's first patented laser-based breast imaging device, employs a laser and proprietary scanning technology to produce three dimensional cross section slice images of the breast, which are used to detect and analyze tissue in the breast for indicia of malignancy or benignancy without the use of breast compression and x-rays.