drex


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drex

[dreks]
(textiles)
A unit of yarn density (mass per unit length), equal to 1 gram per 10 kilometers of yarn fiber.
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Sweet Medicine: Drex Brooks, interview with Nicole Pasulka.
Because of this, there is a trade-off between dynamic range and noise figure of the DREX when planning the gain of the analog chain.
But, I took the keys, gathered my team, grabbed the GPS that I was so grateful that Drex INSISTED I bring with me and headed south.
President of DRex Food Group Dai Shiwei stated that the talks with the Belarusian Agriculture and Food Ministry had already been held in China and the decision had been taken on the volume of investments.
Captain Canine has to train them quickly as Commander Drex is headed back to earth, and is hell-bent on destroying the planet (2013)
Drex DeFord, CIO of 250-bed Seattle Children's Hospital, senses a shift from economic crisis mode to a fear of the unknown associated with coming healthcare reform.
Kent Watts, Hyperdynamics' Chief Executive Officer, led the delegation, which also included James Spear, Executive Vice President of Exploration and Production, Harry Briers, Executive Vice President, Sarah Berel-Harrop, Chief Financial Officer, and Drex Mallory, Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer.
At Liberty Bank we are excited about the revitalization of Detroit, said Drex Amy, President of the Michigan Region, Liberty Bank and Trust Company.
HCI Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra recently had a chance to chat with CIO Drex DeFord about his work at hospital and industry trends.
According to the Treasury Department, Drex Technologies, "belongs to Assad's billionaire cousin and government insider, Rami Makhluf, who was designated by the Treasury Department in February 2008 under E.
The objective, says Senior Vice President and CIO Drex DeFord, was to examine how the system is used in other industries and emulate those steps within the hospital setting.
This is a very important step for us," said Drex Davis, president of Scrapbook.