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wit

1. the talent or quality of using unexpected associations between contrasting or disparate words or ideas to make a clever humorous effect
2. speech or writing showing this quality
3. a person possessing, showing, or noted for such an ability, esp in repartee
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Quoting Mr Luis Silva, WIT Software's CEO, “It is a great honour to receive this IMS Industry Award in the IMS Forum.
Both materials lend themselves very well for WIT processing.
These powerful and poignant contributions illustrate challenging and often humorous leadership lessons that can impact readers of all ages and gender," said Sandy Hofmann, president of WIT, Inc.
Now WIT is finding increasing use in larger and smaller part applications, thicker and thinner parts, and more complex shapes, where it can produce more uniform wall thickness and help simplify part designs.
These award-winning vendors provide products and services that uphold WIT quality standards.
Wit SoundView, an investment banking firm focused on the technology industry, will occupy a total of 79,079 SF on a portion of the second, third, and fourth floors of the building.
Functioning as a collaborative unit, Career WIT strengthens the type of programs and services that could be offered by each project individually.
As part of Wit Capital, the fund hopes to leverage the firm's ties to the internet industry and is intended to allow qualifying individuals to participate in VC investments that would have traditionally only been available to institutions.
Johnson's paper on "The Structure of Wit" at the very beginning - but the reader is early challenged by Helen Wilcox's direct handling of a subject where wit is thought to have been repudiated: the case of devotional poetry, a stratagem M.
WIT WebRTC Gateway offers Mobile Operators a carrier-grade solution built with a hybrid architecture to provide real-time communication capabilities to the WebRTC-compliant browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera) as well as other browsers that have no support for WebRTC (Safari and Internet Explorer).
There are many reasons why the technology is attractive," says Friedrich Westphal, head of Project Management Engineering (PME), a German supplier of WIT systems.
Wit expects to offer trading between 6pm and 9pm New York time.