dovetail


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dovetail

dovetail, 2
dovetail, 1
1. A splayed tenon, shaped like a dove’s tail, broader at its end than at its base.
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The most comprehensive is for Dovetail to produce and sequence both their proprietary Chicago library as well as Illumina shotgun libraries to ~80x sequencing coverage, and generate extremely contiguous de novo assemblies that approach chromosome arm lengths.
John Drzik, president of Global Risk & Specialties at Marsh, said, 'The addition of Dovetail is part of Marsh's global strategy to provide expanded services to the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) segment.
We are excited to join Marsh to accelerate our market penetration, and deliver a wider array of products to SMEs," said Dovetail CEO Steve Francis.
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Loring remains active in Dovetail, currently working for as sales manager.
One other positive aspect of this method is that you can remove the dovetail at a later point if needed by just removing the retaining screw and driving out the dovetail filler.
We wish now to emphasize that the term dovetail coordination may, possibly, also refer to the normative level.
The problem is that while the bearings can handle much heavier loads the dovetail cannot.
One half of the Dovetail premises will be occupied by a new gallery called ACAdovetail.
The performance of laminated strand lumber (LSL), a structural composite lumber product, in beams with rounded dovetail connections under vertical shear loading was addressed.
This wasn't just a re-design, but a re-thinking of the way Dovetail's content should be experienced in an online environment," said Jason Holloway, CEO and co-founder of Dovetail.
Payments Powerhouses, LogicaCMG, Dovetail and Alaric Announce Their Partnership