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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.
RD&D and DREX will bring together people from all facets of research and development," said John Golicz, CEO of Unicomm, LLC.
DREX offers a window of opportunity for commercial technology providers to learn about how defense and government agencies are contemplating investing in and taking advantage of emerging technologies as well as educating these newer players on how to become involved with the defense systems of tomorrow.
DREX will provide a forum for defense and homeland security program managers, industry designers and project leaders, emerging commercial suppliers, military personnel and academics to interact and analyze the future of defense system needs and research, benchmark the brightest engineering processes and identify the latest in components, technologies and systems.
Attendees to RD&D and DREX will come from the engineering, manufacturing and technology industries including Department of Defense, government and academia.
Additionally, Eclipsys clinical strategist Sam Bierstock, MD, BSEE, and Eclipsys customer, Drex Dobson, MD, of Rush-Copley Medical Center, Aurora, IL, will deliver a key presentation, titled "CPOE: Political and Cultural Challenges," in which they will discuss the challenges, opportunities and benefits of CPOE and how to maximize value from its implementation.
Past winners include Drex Rutledge of Lockheed Martin earlier this year, William "Bob" Dickie of Parker Aerospace in 2004, Eddie McClendon of Raytheon in 1999, and Warren Balish of AIA in 1998.
Chicago HOME, the definitive source for city and suburban dwellers interested in home design, hits newsstands on Friday with its Winter issue, which features a peek inside the downtown condo of popular morning-show host DreX as well as a glimpse of the hot new James Hotel in River North.
June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Drex Rutledge, director of Technical Publications and Global Sustainment for Lockheed Martin, has been named the winner of the 2006 AIA Leonard Ross Memorial Award.
At age 33, Powell left Otter Creek to build the upscale daily-fee Golf Club of Indiana in 1973 with long- time friend and fellow high school alumnus, Drex Newsom.
Our customers expect to find the products they need when shopping at The Home Depot; our partnership with Cardinal is critical to making this happen," said Drex Crowell, Vice President of Distribution Services at The Home Depot.
Drex Minshall, then a vice president at Dana, was one of the founders of ASE in 1972.