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ADM

(language)
A picture query language, extension of Sequel2.

["An Image-Oriented Database System", Y. Takao et al, in Database Techniques for Pictorial Applications, A. Blaser ed, pp. 527-538].
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ADM Antwerp, oilseeds export manager Danny Droog says Middle East has a growing demand for ADM's products: "Global demand for edible oils within the food service and retail sector continues to rise, with the Middle East and Africa exhibiting higher growth than the world average
Since then, ADM said it has worked to achieve a smooth integration into the company's global corn business.
La ADM fue descubierta inicialmente por Kitamura en 1993, extraida del feocromocitoma en humanos, por el monitoreo de la elevacion de la produccion de AMPc en las plaquetas de humanos (8).
The certification strengthens ADM Cocoa's position in sustainability, broadening its scope beyond cocoa to integrate sustainability activities across ADM.
The analyst went on to say that: "ADM's near-term performance will be fuelled by the surge in ethanol margins and dislocation opportunities, yet ADM's earnings likely will return to more "normal" levels by mid-2011 unless ADM deploys its cash.
With this move, ADM aims to respond to growing demands in Indonesia and expand exports.
The ADM 622 evaluation system is powered by PMC-Sierra's 64-bit MIPS-Powered processor running LINUX OS.
In 1988, ADM balked at a premium increase for the excess layer and directed its broker, Aon, to find a new carrier.
As an innovative provider of ingredient solutions in the food and beverage industry, ADM understands the importance of developing healthy, consumer-friendly ingredients that can be incorporated into any product.
As one ADM executive put it, "Competitors are our friends.
When all was said and done, Mick Andreas would be sentenced to three years in jail; ADM would agree to pay $100 million in fines--at the time, the largest criminal antitrust fines ever--for conspiring to fix the prices of lysine, a farm animal food additive, and citric acid; ADM's Japanese and Korean co-conspirators would plead guilty to criminal charges; and information from the ADM investigation would lead off another series of cases.
This is not a sweetheart deal for ADM,'' said Robert Swift, an attorney for the plaintiffs in the class-action suit - 600 feed mills and livestock and poultry companies, including Purina and Tyson Foods Inc.