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cerata

[sa′räd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
Respiratory papillae of the mantle in certain nudibranchs.
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The company's new product pipeline remains strong with the launch of the all-new Soul urban crossover passenger car and next generation Cerato (to be known as 'Forte' in some markets) in many markets in early 2009, as well as the upgraded Kia cee'd and all new B-segment MPV scheduled to go on sale in the European market during late 2009.
And there are four Cerato cars to be won in weekly raffles, until the duration of the promotion.
The prestigious award is a wonderful acknowledgement of how the Teltronics Cerato SE accommodates the needs for small enterprises.
The Kia Cerato I used for just such a trip had to cope with terrain that ranged from endless stretches of French motorway to Alpine mountain passes.
The new Kia Cerato is built on an improved version of an existing Hyundai platform.
The new Cerato is aimed at the Focus and Astra market and is another leap forward.
Sure, we could probably get away with it,'' said Tony Cerato, a member of the Rotary Club who has attended the annual festival for about eight years.
Being at the forefront of power semiconductor and module development for many years, we are committed to maintaining our leading position and dedicated to enabling ever more efficient use of the electrical energy available, with excellent price-performance ratios for our customers," said Sandro Cerato, Vice President and General Manager, ASIC & Power IC at the Industrial & Multimarket division of Infineon Technologies.
Other offers include for the Cerato range, the base 1.
The B-segment Rio (known as K2 in China) closely followed with 38,056 units delivered and the C-segment Cerato (known as Forte in some markets), Optima D-segment sedan and the midsize Sorento CUV followed with 32,399, 18,869 and 16,597 units sold, respectively.
Its latest offerings include the Carens, launched in May and the Cerato, which came onto the market in March.