swep


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swep

[swep]
(organic chemistry)
C8H7Cl2NO2 A white, crystalline compound with a melting point of 112-114°C; insoluble in water; used as a pre- and postemergence herbicide for rice, carrots, potatoes, and cotton. Also known as methyl-N-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)carbamate.
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Last winter, the council ran SWEP for 45 nights during some of the harshest conditions, helping 43 people have a warm bed for the night and have continued to offer them support throughout the year.
The court held, inter alia, that despite the fact that there was a one-year contract between SWEP and Dr.
For the Swep project, special strain gages were installed on the telescopic handle of a mop and connected by cables to an HBM Spider 8 DAQ system.
Swep has put together a competitive package of gas and electricity supplies from Northern Electric and solid fuel supplies from Tower Colliery and also offers free advice to tenants on energy conservation.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is one of 10 local authorities and five housing associations that have joined the South Wales Energy Partnership (SWEP) to ensure tenants receive a fair deal on energy supplies.
Since most states have committed themselves to increased prosecution of juveniles in adult courts, this clearly is an area that requires additional research, policy review and new legislation to ensure that young people are not unnecessarily and inappropriately swep t into the adult criminal justice system.
Their dense, ivory-white antlers are their hallmark, and they grow like miniature elk antlers swep t back, first as spikes then 4s, 6s, and even 8-points.
The Dow Jones electricity indexes, available through a daily electronic feed, cover the north and south grids (CEPI and EIS) and the VIK weighted average indexes in Germany, the Norway and Sweden indexes (NSE) and the Swiss index (SWEP).
The Swiss Electricity Price Index (SWEP) was launched exactly one year ago upon the initiative of Aare-Tessin Electricity Company Ltd (Atel), based in Switzerland, and has established itself as "a reliable and accepted market price index", according to Atel.
THERE'S A TRAIL I HIKE THIS TIME OF YEAR, AFTER THE LATE-SEASON RAINS have swep in to scrub Southern California clean.
Astronomers have seen gas bubbles -- gas swep up in the aftermath of a stellar explosion or blown by a strong stellar wind -- in the Large Magellanic Cloud and other galaxies many times before.
Exclaiming in her turn that she was not just a rewrite girl, Miller swep' off.