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cellspace

Connected to the Internet while being mobile. The term was coined in 1998 by David Bennahum, publisher of the MEME Electronic Newsletter (www.memex.org), while using a PDA and cellular modem at the crawling speed of 19 Kbps. See meme.
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The Company seeks to identify undervalued regenerative medicine applications in the immunotherapy and stem cell space.
Zayo continues to gain traction in the small cell space across the U.
He conceded that the Government had been taken by surprise by a recent surge in demand for cell space, blaming a spate of historic sex abuse cases.
spectrum small cell space Cisco has basically been reliant on its femtocell
00: "Last cell space at Shrewsbury filled - room will always be found for the deserving
He also claimed they were blocking efforts to scrap shorter jail sentences, which would free up cell space for more serious criminals to spend longer behind bars.
There is cell space for more than 2,500 inmates but private security firm G4S is only contracted to provide for 1,605 prisoners, including lifers coming to the end of their tariff.
Security created housing areas out of all available spaces, including chapels, gyms, visiting centers, and made cell space by double-bunking Angola offenders.
Mr Edwards said that following the closure of the custody suite at Mold police station, cell space at Wrexham was under pressure.
But delays in building new cell space elsewhere saw the plans shelved.
We have built a world-class business and strengthened our leadership in the adult stem cell space
Ferdinand shared cell space with alleged burglars and beggars before being produced into court at around 11.