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verso

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(graphic arts)
A left-hand page in a book, usually carrying an even page number.
The side of a page that is to be read second.
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Fitbit Versa also has support for Fitbit's contactless payments system, called Fitbit Pay.
Versa Capital Management, LLC said these divestitures enable us to return additional capital to investors, while benefiting BCC's and Bell and Howell's customers and employees.
Versa Networks is an innovative vendor in the SD-WAN and SD-Security market with solutions that enable service providers and large enterprises to transform the WAN and branch networks to achieve unprecedented business advantages.
Potential licensees in the headwear products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Diaz Versa Cap on a worldwide basis.
Reportedly, the introduction of Versa HD will strengthen Elekta's leading position in the Chinese market.
The top federal government fuel economy ratings for the 2015 Versa Note are a noteworthy 31 miles per gallon in city driving and 40 mpg on the highway, for an average of 35 mpg -- the third-best figures for any non-hybrid and non-electric hatchback.
St James's first Versa HD will be ready to treat patients in July 2013, with the second system operational by the end of the year, the company said.
Integrated with Elekta's recently-launched Agility[TM] 160-leaf multileaf collimator (MLC), Versa HD provides highly conformal beam shaping - a critical requirement for maximizing the dose to the target while also preserving surrounding healthy tissues.
The VERSA 10 accommodates 96- and 384-well formats, and allows PCR set-up in 96-well plates in only 6 minutes.
In fact, according to Mark Perry, Nissan director of Product Planning, the Versa Sedan has 39.
Suitable for small-to-large packages in dry or wet environments, the Versa GP can handle weighing, control and reject functions at line speeds up to 350 packages per minute.
The combined propulsion system would fit in the tight confines of a UUV and offer more available energy than rechargeable batteries, said Versa.