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dense

1. Physics having a high density
2. (of a photographic negative) having many dark or exposed areas
3. (of an optical glass, colour, etc.) transmitting little or no light

dense

[dens]
(graphic arts)
Very opaque because of a concentration of material, as pertaining to a negative or transparency that has been overdeveloped or overexposed.
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For years, DENSO has been the linchpin of McMinn Countys economy and today the company employs approximately 1,375 people, more than any business in the county, Rolfe said.
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Denso International America said this acquisition brings the company closer to making frictionless mobility a reality and advancing vehicle access technologies.
DENSO NEXT will harness DENSO's advanced automotive engineering and manufacturing capabilities, and NEC Group's advanced technologies and track record in the information and communications technology (ICT) business to quickly design and bring to market advanced in-vehicle equipment.
This will enable DENSO to strengthen its refrigerator development and sales and contribute to improving food safety and reliability in China, as well as acquire the foothold it needs to expand its cold chain business worldwide.
Buyer: Denso Corp , Denso International America Inc
The market is quickly moving toward mobile solutions, said Fran Labun, vice president, Sales Group, DENSO Products and Services Americas, Inc.
In North America, DENSO employs more than 14,000 people with consolidated sales totaling US$6.
DENSO designed the positions, colors, and other indication factors of HUD to make for a more natural driving experience.
Michio Adachi, the Senior Executive Director of DENSO Corporation inked the agreement.
At plants in Japan, Denso intends to downsize production equipment and raise productivity to strengthen its competitiveness, Kato said.
DENSO increased the amount of louvers - that are located on the surface of the fin - to 30 percent per unit area.