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ancillary

One of a group of buildings having a secondary or dependent use, such as an annex.
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com/prnh/20130307/600769) 'Photoresists (g-line and i-line, KrF, ArF Dry, ArF Immersion) and Photoresist Ancillaries (Anti-reflective Coatings, Photoresist Developers, Edge Bead Removers and Others) Market for Semiconductors & Integrated Circuits, Printed Circuit Boards and Other Applications - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 - 2020' Photoresists are light-sensitive materials that are primarily used in fabrication and packaging of semiconductors, integrated circuits, flat panel displays and printed circuit boards.
US PHOTORESISTS & ANCILLARIES DEMAND (million dollars) % Annual Growth Item 1997 2002 2007 02/97 07/02 Photoresists & Ancillaries Demand 840 810 1410 -0.
Second, it helps administrators to know the impact PPS is having on specific services such as routine costs, pharmacy, rehab and other ancillaries.
The proposed rule, which first appeared April 10 in the Federal Register, better accounts for medications, medical supplies, and other non-therapy ancillaries.
Opportunities to refer to and enjoy profits from group-owned ancillaries and other medically related businesses.
It's an area we've made significant investments in so airlines can market and sell their products, and agents can improve their efficiency and service by booking and fulfilling tickets and ancillaries together, and capturing back end booking data on their customers.