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covalency

(US), covalence Chemistry
1. the formation and nature of covalent bonds
2. the number of covalent bonds that a particular atom can make with other atoms in forming a molecule

covalence

[kō′vā·ləns]
(chemistry)
The number of covalent bonds which an atom can form.
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Words that mate with other words through a property that can be thought of as a sort of syntactic covalence also display the capability of changing meaning with context.
Covalence Specialty Materials, a leading manufacturer of plastic products, adhesives and coated products, has leased 12,578 s/f at SJP Properties' Crossroads Business Center in Bedminster, NJ.
NEW YORK -- Alcoa (NYSE:AA) announced today it again has achieved the top spot in the Basic Resources category in the annual Covalence Ethical Rankings, a major international survey that measures the ethical performance of multinational companies.
8220;Our clients have enjoyed speaking directly with someone who is very technical, knows the HR industry and can help them immediately,” says Maher El-Abdallah, founder of Covalence.
The Covalence team will ensure a much smoother transition to the platform than could be achieved on your own.
Company Description: CoValence Laboratories is an FDA registered and IS022716 certified Private Label Manufacturer with 25 years of experience in the professional and retail skin care industry.
Prior to joining Henry Company in August 2007, Strauss spent more than three years as president of Covalence Plastics and its predecessor company, Tyco Plastics.
ranked 71st by Covalence on its list of the world's most ethical companies, the first year that the Group has been included.
Sodexo also has been ranked 71st by Covalence on its list of the world's most ethical companies, the first year that the Group has been included.
L'Oreal has also reached 1st place in the Personal and Household Goods sector and 8th globally, with a grade of Aa+, in the Covalence EthicalQuote, a reputation index tracking the world's largest 581 companies on environmental, social, governance, corporate social responsibility, ethics and sustainability.