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rot

1. the process of rotting or the state of being rotten
2. something decomposed, disintegrated, or degenerate
3. short for dry rot
4. Pathol any putrefactive decomposition of tissues
5. Vet science a contagious fungal disease of the feet of sheep characterized by inflammation, swelling, a foul-smelling discharge, and lameness

rot

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(materials)
(plant pathology)
Any plant disease characterized by breakdown and decay of plant tissue.

rot

Decomposition in wood by fungi and other microorganisms; reduces its strength, density, and hardness. Also see brown rot, white rot.
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After two years of evaluating the potential for new technology development in the fast-growing renewable energy sector in Israel, MRI and Rotem will leverage their collective scientific and technological expertise and utilize RETC as a center to identify, evaluate, and support the development and commercialization of promising new technologies for the global marketplace.
The value of the ROTEM system has been demonstrated in more than 500 publications by clinical leaders, and over 1,600 systems are in use around the world.
All of which means that Rotem is unlikely to assemble those railroad cars in L.
128 national and international exhibitors including Hyundai Rotem (Korea), ANSALDO STS (Italia), THALES (Canada), BWG (Germany), and Trans Containe (Russia) will participate in the trade show, and Colombia's Transportation Minister, Jordan's Deputy Minister of Transport, Syria's Railway Minister and Tunisia's Railway Minister will come to Busan and visit the trade show.
Real Estate Weekly congratulates Rotem and Zina on their marriage and wishes them many happy years together.
He said basically that they don't need jobs in the area and that they want to see a park developed and nothing to interfere with that," said Jack Martinson, Rotem U.
Lady Gaga, Jason Derulo and JR Rotem all became the BMI Pop Songwriters of the Year.
David Rotem of the right-wing Yisrael Beiteinu party is the chairman of the committee that approved the bill.
50 Cent's producer and collaborator Jonathan 'JR' Rotem also worked on it.
CAST E -- Coleman Albright, Cara Auerbach, Ariel Beesley, Molly Davis, Brianna Feingold, Annie Gaudioz-Young, Molly Helfend, Samantha Holmes, Dakota Kahn, Matthew Kesner, Abby Klitzner, Danielle Kolker, Spencer Lichtman, Carly Mayer, Jensen McRae, Megan Metz, Alex Naylor, Shannon Seufert, Rotem Tamir
Hyundai Rotem, of which Hyundai owns a majority share, is of particular concern given its manufacture of railcars and defense-related products.