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dicentric

[dī′sen·trik]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having two centromeres.
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Niels Madsen, owner of DIC, said, After over 10 years of close collaboration we are very happy to take this step and join Intertek.
DIC, Almatis, Barclays and Blackstone declined to comment.
In citing the 2003 Veterans Benefits Act, the trial court held that surviving spouses who receive reinstated DIC by virtue of remarrying after age 57 receive their SBP payments unreduced by the amount of their DIC payments.
The deal also gives Cookie Jar access to merchandising and licensing rights to DIC brands, including American Greetings' Strawberry Shortcake, which has earned $3 billion at retail since DIC re-launched the brand in 2004.
Sunday Mirror Sport understands Hicks's willingness to work alongside DIC depends on the Arabs' willingness to take a back seat in the running of the club.
In this report, it was stressed that assays used in the diagnosis of overt DIC should be readily available laboratory tests.
Daniel Och, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Managing Director of Och-Ziff, said: "We are proud that DIC has agreed to join our firm as an equity investor.
We appreciate the relationship we have enjoyed with DIC over the years," said John Gaither, president and CEO, Reichhold.
30, the amount of its outstanding debts to the DIC will shrink to 50 billion yen.
An industry report published in Dubai points out that the US$250 million DIC project is the latest brainchild of Dubai's Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, a respected businessman who is intent on broadening the emirate's economic base.
The FRC, a governmental regulatory body for the banking industry, gave the green light to the proposed debt-forgiveness scheme at an extraordinary meeting that was convened the same day, DIC chief Noboru Matsuda told a news conference.