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centner

[′sent·nər]
(science and technology)
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Centner added that HTA has a contract with San Francisco's Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) to conduct video tolling for rental cars crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco Bay Bridge and six other regional bridges.
At the end of your trip," Centner continued, "you will send the TravelPass tag back to HTA in an HTA-provided, postage-paid return envelope, and your credit or debit card will be charged $1.
What I would like to see," said Centner, "is a full disclosure of an Internet company's operational and ownership structure.
Key advantages of the Custom Procurement Platform, according to Centner, include:
Fully 50% of our product roadmap is defined by our client-partners," remarked Kenneth Centner, executive vice president of Product and Program Management for Usha Communication Technology.
The addition of these valued new partners to our network continues the endorsement of MaterialNet as the site for the service center industry worldwide," said David Centner, president, MaterialNet.
An Internet marketplace is only as good as its suppliers," said David Centner, president and cofounder of MaterialNet, Inc.
1 million tons in 2016) with a yield of 248 centner / hectare (in 2016 - 248.
The process through which buyers of raw materials purchase goods today is tedious and time-consuming, and it does not necessarily result in the best deal for buyers, according to David Centner, president and cofounder of MaterialNet, Inc.
As a cofounder of a new business that is dependent on the successful completion of auctions, I was fully cognizant of the technical difficulties experienced by other Internet companies that are auction based," said MaterialNet President David Centner.