second generation


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second generation

[′sek·ənd ‚jen·ə′rā·shən]
(genetics)
F2
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In its study, iCapital segmented family offices still managed by founding family members from those that have transferred control and legal ownership of the family office to the second generation.
Based on the author's dissertation, this volume examines second generation patents in pharmaceutical innovation, focusing on chemical selection inventions.
Built on a proven system design used in thousands of installations, the Liebert PPC second generation distribution cabinet offers the benefits of a custom-tailored power system, with the convenience and cost savings of a pre-packaged, factory-tested unit.
The next generation of Kurdish nationalists has more anger toward the system; therefore, it is not possible to negotiate with the second generation.
During the height of negotiations on the EU's Renewables Directive (2009/28/EC), it was agreed to double count second generation biofuels.
Of the 14 different programs currently managed by PM FLIR, three are of particular note as capabilities that have been proven combat enablers, have enhanced mission capability, and provide both force protection and a distinct advantage over the bad guys: Second Generation FLIR (SGF); Long Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System (LRAS3); and Driver's Vision Enhancer (DVE).
The second generation connects to bhangra as "the signifier for being South Asian and cool," D.
If the simulations are accurate, then HE1327-2326 and the similar star found 2 years ago may belong to the universe's second generation of stars.
About one-third (34 percent) of franchise outlets that are eligible to he passed on to a second generation are passed on from parents to their adult children or relatives.
The first models to become available are for the second generation architecture cores, with ZSP400 models following soon.
She is also quite perceptive about the reasons for the eventual failure of these pioneers to transmit their values and programs to the second generation of female officers who began to enter police departments in the thirties.
Now we have a whole range of second generation biofuels, third generation biofuels, and even fourth generation biofuels.

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