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In our case, the three tumors were synchronous with different sites of liver, colon and appendix confirmed by postoperative pathological exam.
Synchronous manages four US core operational centres of excellence.
According to the white paper, “Gates scientists and engineers in the Advanced Materials Development Group spent years developing a patented technique for fusing carbon fiber tensile cord into the polyurethane body to produce a synchronous belt with the strength and durability of steel roller chain.
New sheet metal design application Solid Edge now applies synchronous technology to sheet metal design, creating a feature-based, history-free 3D design application for modeling straight brake sheet metal parts.
The latest release extends synchronous technology deeper in the product with improved part and assembly modelling, as well as a new sheet metal application.
html) uses a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning, by permitting working executives to travel to different continents for two-week sessions each semester and then to complete the remaining coursework via the Web.
For some, it is assumed that the only other available technology is synchronous mirrored storage hardware.
Infineon Technologies (FSE:IFX) (NYSE:IFX), has launched the world's first single chip 40G framer-mapper/quad STS-192 device, for next generation synchronous optical networking/synchronous digital hierarchy (SONET/SDH) communication systems.
As a sequel to Control of synchronous motors, this volume explores non-conventional uses of the synchronous motor and advanced control of synchronous actuators.