IZE


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IZE

An earlier DOS text management system that was noted for its flexible searching capabilities. Originally developed by Persoft Corporation, it was acquired by Retrieval Dynamics in 1990, which later closed its doors.
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News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported that Ize, through his eponymous brand, is famous for his use of intricate aso-oke designs sewn into contemporary pieces.
David Adger, a professor of linguistics at Queen Mary University of London, confirmed that Prince Charles' spelling is technically correct, even though he is British and the use of "ize" may be unusual in the United Kingdom even today.
Pentanoic acid (5.2 x10-5 mmo l) and dry thionyl chloride (8.2 x10-5 mmol) we re reacted to s ynthes ize pentanoyl chloride.
En lo que sigue usaremos el modelo de optimizacion de portafolio, que ha sido desarrollado brillantemente por Ize y Levy (1998, 2003) y sugiere que las decisiones de cartera de los agentes economicos, necesariamente, dependen de la variabilidad que muestre el tipo de cambio y la tasa de inflacion.
Nite Ize has cultivated a nice mobile accessory catalog to complement its core business of lighting products.
Why is that the ending 'ise' is known as the 'original' English version of the common American ending 'ize', when I distinctly remember that we always used 'ize' at school (50 years-ish ago)?
To critic ize is to make a judgment that something is not good.
The Inka[TM] Pen from Nite Ize might just be the perfect writing instrument for outdoorsmen and women.
The author explores the story of famous chocolate maker Cadbury's, which came under fire for purchasing chocolate from the slave-holding Agua Ize Plantation in Portuguese West Africa.
Mr Jones obviously holds the same belief as Mr Blunk ett, that the English language is a ``one s ize fits all'' culture for Britain.
To test this hypothesis, I grew several cultures of Neurospora discretia under different lighting conditions and tested the electrical resistance of a sample of approximately equal s ize from each culture.