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ARTIFICIAL. What is the result of, or relates to, the arts; opposed to natural; thus we say a corporation is an artificial person, in opposition to a natural person. Artificial accession is the uniting one property to another by art, opposed to a simple natural union. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 503.

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"We see our expanded overall offering as an Industry solution, reflecting the future of an even more efficient, digitized and profitable chemical fiber industry, especially for large-scale plants with daily production capacity of several hundred tons of polyester, nylon, polypropylene, or other manmade fibers," explains Georg Stausberg, CEO of the Manmade Fibers Segment.
In 1994, Mexico nearly tripled its exports of cotton and/ or manmade fiber pile and tufted fabrics to the U.S.
Given the size of these contracts and Oerlikon's strong manmade fibers project pipeline, we expect the Segment's business to continue developing well and the mid-term prospects to remain positive, with the opportunity to structurally converge the Segment's business toward mid-teens EBITDA margin again," said Dr.
Nakheel has previously said that 70% of the 300 manmade islands have been sold and that building work is the responsibility of the owners.
I researched the Oregon Petition, drawn up by scientists who reject the manmade global warming myth, and looked, at random, at one of the scientists who signed that petition.
The acquisition expands the Manmade Fibers Segment's staple fibers technology expertise and broadens the Segment's customer base and service business in the respective areas.
In addition to unveiling the strategic expansion within the polycondensation business by means of the joint venture with Chinese partner Huitong, the segment is above all focusing on offering its customers total manmade fiber spinning systems solutions.
The company, which will be located in Bobingen, Germany, will utilize Hoechst's expertise with polyester-based manmade fibers, Autefa's strength in the technical processes of construction of tearing machines and recycling plants and Glaeser's knowledge of textile raw material recycling, especially manmade fiber products.
The tenth anniversary of the Annual Meeting of China Textile Round-Table Forum sponsored by Oerlikon Manmade Fibers was held on January 31 2015 in Beijing Capital Hotel.
However, the microfiber nonwovens now attracting attention are not for manmade leather, but rather are for wipes.
With a production capacity of 15 tons per day, the system appeals not only to manufacturers of manmade fibers as it enables them to deliver on demand and expand to markets for special applications.