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catena

a connected series, esp of patristic comments on the Bible

catena

(kă-tee -nă) (plural: catenae) a chain of craters. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite.

catena

[kə′tē·nə]
(computer science)
A series of data items that appears in a chained list.
(geology)
A group of soils derived from uniform or similar parent material which nonetheless show variations in type because of differences in topography or drainage.
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But Catena doesn't only produce PS50 bottles and his entry level wines, including the Alamos range available in Majestic, are generally excellent.
We saw a lot of military and civilian casualties," Catena said.
According to the company, the device upgrade allows HSIC USB host silicon developers to use the Catena 1910 to test their host implementations at the electrical and protocol layers, as well as performing system tests.
aTogether, we will be well positioned to help our customers take advantage of ongoing liquidity fragmentation in the Asian markets, which is accelerating as new execution venues come on line and trading volumes increase,a said Randall Duran, CEO, Catena Technologies.
The Lollards valued the Psalms highly among Old Testament writings for a number of reasons, several of which are explored in four Psalter prologues (the first two of these are Jerome's and the other two are derived from the prologue to Richard Rolle's English Psalter) copied out in HM 501 before the Huntington Psalms catena.
We believe that Catena has the potential to be the first approved medicine in the treatment of LHON.
She also previously worked for Luxmac, Covino and Company as an executive assistant and prior to that as a sales administrator for Ray Catena Lexus in Larchmont.
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 16, 2005 - (JCN) - Dai Nippon Printing has developed a traceability system for accurate control of injured people in case of large-scale disasters in collaboration with Fuji Tokoha University Associate Professor Takashi Komura and CATENA.
Salentein, Catena and a few other Argentine producers have made major inroads into the U.
The computer, eMac M9461J/A with a 17-inch display, is sold by the Tokyo-based Catena Corp.
Ambitious plans to breath more life into the Argentinian wine category in the UK are being unveiled by leading producer Catena.
MSL (Concord, MA), an electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, recently hosted a ceremony to commemorate a new relationship with Catena Networks (Redwood Shores, CA), a developer of broadband access products.