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Similarly, the FINER points are all included in our 7 As.
Dr Finer previously worked as senior VP of Development and Operations for Novocell (now Viacyte); CEO of Intracel Holdings and Genteric; VP of Research and Development for the Gencell division of Aventis Pharma (now Sanofi); VP of Research for Cell Genesys as well as founder of retinal disease gene therapy company, Avalanche Biotechnologies.
With the finer inflated and brought to specified pressure, the fight train is pulled toward the blower truck to inspect the uncured finer.
Now when I say coarser versus a finer grind we're talking microns.
Consequently, 'hearings would be held this fall to explore the finer points of proposed changes', he said.
Finer said, is to accelerate success for science and technology entrepreneurs -- and within the MetroWest region.
She said the recent dust that had been falling was finer than the dust which has appeared in the last few months.
Developed by casino games giant Microgaming, The Finer Reels of Life debuted at Red Flush on 9 January, and has already been met with enthusiasm from players after that five star feeling, according to promotions manager Alex Roberts.
Teijin Fibers has already established the mass-production technology for even finer nanofiber, as small as 280 nanometers in diameter, which it aims to commercialize eventually.
I have read correspondence arguing about what wine may be tasted before which; yet one expert publicly confessed recently that much nonsense was talked about the finer points of the 'art'.
Whispers learned that the Golden family, owners of Allied Bank and the Heights upscale grocer and restaurant Terry's Finer Foods, is further diversifying.
5 micron and other finer wool have increased from $11.