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VIVO

(Video In Video Out) A graphics card with analog video capture and analog video out (NTSC out) capabilities. See display adapter.
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VIVO, the largest client community in Brazil, is a leader in the individual as well as the corporate segment, to which it supplies solutions via its VIVO Empresas business unit.
In 1994 Henderson entered the Irish Republic with Vivo and there are now 53 retailers with a turnover of more than 35m [pounds sterling].
While it is not normally supposed that enzymes catalyze the degradation of synthetic polymers, the possibility exists that ether-based polyurethanes are degraded by enzymes in vivo.
Three to five months after the last drug exposure, tests showed that three of the cell lines had lost their in vivo drug resistance.
PLM Vivo is built on Oracle's Agile PLM for Process application, which manages all aspects of innovation, from product and portfolio management, to management of specifications, suppliers, formulations and bills of materials, packaging and labeling, compliance, and quality.
The release date for the Vivo X20 Plus UD isn't that all too surprising.
Andy Sun: Vivo is about letting the youth of the country better express themselves.
Take a selfie using a Vivo V7/V7+ smartphone and use the Watermark Feature.
Vivo is primarily known for its selfie-centric smartphones and it is the third largest smartphone brand in India.
PEG-Liposome In Vivo Transfection reagent creates complex with negatively charged molecules and encapsulate cargo molecules for efficient tissue-targeted delivery in vivo.
This campaign follows in the wake of the extremely successful Land Cruiser competition Vivo hosted earlier this year.
Anita Onal, sales adviser at Vivo, said: "We have only one Irvine-style home available at this great price, so those who are eager to find a threebedroom home in an attractive location should visit Vivo to find out more.