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cardo

A hinge or pivot, used in ancient construction to hang a door.
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The general procedure for the synthesis of novel aromatic polyamides containing both fluorene or xanthene cardo moieties and fluorinated phenoxy pendant groups can be illustrated by the preparation of polymer I.
Cardo Systems, Inc., headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, has specialized in the design, development, manufacturing and sale of state-of-the-art communication and entertainment systems for motorcycle helmets since 2003.
(8) According to present-day knowledge on this theme, it can be stated that east of the cardo the majority of streets have deep ruts; west of the cardo the street ruts have varying depths and sometimes no ruts at all.
People here have lots of money and they don't think like you or I do," said Cardo. "They will pay market price for the house next door and tear it down for a tennis court.
Maria Bergving, for Cardo, confirmed the possible cutbacks but insisted it was still early days.
Cardo also said adults should avoid taking medications in front of young children.
Denise Cardo, director of CDC's Division of Health Care and Quality Promotion.
A new USD3m contract has been awarded to US communications holding company AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) by Cardo Group, an international industrial group.
En este caso, la mala calidad de las senales detectodas en campos sin cultivar nos han hecho descartar dos calles al este del cardo principal, casi en su parte final, cerca del acceso suroeste de la ciudad.
Ribas-Fito N, Cardo E, Sala M, Eulalia dM, Mazon C, Verdu A, et al.
Impermeable a la critica, que no escucho la leal oposicion de su colaborador Lajous al plan descabellado de la nacionalizacion de la banca, origen de tantos males, enamorado que pone a su "petite amie" Rosa Luz Alegria (a la que las hermanas llamaban Cardo Oscuridad Tristeza) en una secretaria de Estado ...
The old town focuses on the crossroads of what must have been the Roman cardo and decumanus: the Quattro Canti, where Baroque palace elevations front the square, now intolerably overrun by traffic (Sicilians are determined drivers).