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Neo

A low-power Athlon CPU chip used in ultrathin notebook computers. Introduced in 2009, the Neo was designed to run HD media at 1080p resolution. See Athlon.
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The war against the Machines and Neo stopping the threat against the human race seemed to be resolved in the conclusion of The Matrix Revolutions.
Moreover, NEO is grinding closer to a triangle breakout that could boost the gains above $14.00.
A pioneer, the A321 neo incorporates state-of-the-art technologies (including next-generation engines and a cabin with a design that is benchmark in the aircraft industry), which provides a 20% savings on fuel per passenger.
The vivo iQOO Neo is offered in Black and Purple colour options.
(https://www.ibtimes.com/nasa-dart-mission-collide-asteroid-2022-2790565) NASA's NEO Observation Programs were launched in 1998, a century after the discovery of the first NEO in 1898.
Laurent Descout, CEO & co-founder, said: 'Launching the Neo FX Hub is a major achievement for the group.
Neo Performance Materials is a manufacturer of rare earth and rare metal-based functional materials.
MBC's CEO Sabri Arafa added: "The system we have supplied includes 40 AirBox Neo Playout servers in one-plus-one configuration.
Mashreq Neo also provides access to international markets for investment opportunities including foreign equities, gold trading and foreign currency accounts.
Commenting on the launch, Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair, CEO of Mashreq Bank said: "With the launch of Mashreq Neo, we have entered a new era in the digitization of retail banking.
Neo Tech is a top 30 global EMS, according to the Circuits Assembly Directory of EMS Companies.
A senior DGCA official today said "boroscopic examination" of the A320 neo aircraft -- which are using PandW engines -- in the fleet of IndiGo and GoAir has been initiated.