growth step

growth step

[′grōth ‚step]
(crystallography)
A ledge on a crystal surface, one or more lattice spacings high, where crystal growth can take place.
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Timely additions of board members who can assist with the unique challenges in this growth step can be done three-to-five years before the liquidity event.
This acquisition is an important growth step for Palfinger's marine business.
A decisive growth step was taken in 2012 with acquisition of Dutch company CLIQ B.
As a growth step up, the digital transition plays a key role in increasing issue volume, both by making deployment more efficient and by creating new capacity for innovation.
Being a manufacturer with a long term -- and global -- vision and a healthy balance-sheet, it's important to think beyond recession, and prepare for a next growth step, while others are still worried about paying next month's bills.
Allison, former manufacturing director of Wakefield-based sauce manufacturer New Ivory, said: "Tanfield is ready for the next growth step and it is exciting to be given the chance to work alongside Roger and Keith to help the business achieves its ambitions.
In the height of the sixth war, Yemen's neighborhood, along with international capitals concerned with Yemen's affairs, moved in two directions: a growth direction through the donors' conference in London and subsequent executive meetings, and a security direction through assistance and cooperative agreements - in hopes that a growth step will stem the widening influence of extremism, which is taking place as a result of poverty and neglect, and that a security step will stop extremism in Yemen from returning to terrorist attacks that target the West on its home soil.
Peter Antoinette, president of the firm, said Nanocomp "has made the crucial growth step moving from research to production with the implementation of aggressively scaled-up operations to allow production of the world's largest sheets of carbon nanotube material," a process that "forms the basis for our strategy to produce value-added (carbon nanotube) components from unique nanomaterials.
However, shear effects on the crystallization growth step are quite complex.
Newer methods that avoid this growth step, however, would facilitate direct high-throughput analysis of native samples from surveillance, including active samples preserved by cold chain as well as inactive samples preserved by ethanol fixation (29).
The high money growth step from 1991Q3 through 1994Q2 does not lead to a subsequent high inflation step--the only exception in the figure (Figure 7).
As we expand the chain, there are forty more in our next growth step, Celerant appears to be the product that can help us get there.