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deme

[dēm]
(ecology)
A local population in which the individuals freely interbreed among themselves but not with those of other demes.
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AMOVA analyses based on the five demes retrieved by the BAPs analysis (Table 1) indicated that 87.47% of the variation was due to differences among the demes, and 12.53% within the demes, with a highly significant (p = 0.00000) [F.sub.ST] value of 0.87 (Table 2).
(37) In an ideal case of legitimate decisionmaking, there are fair procedures based on democratic norms and with broad participation of the deme (input-oriented legitimacy) that result in decisions that guarantee effective and just service provisions (output-oriented legitimacy though political impact).
In early 2015, DEME Concessions Wind took over the development of the project from former developer Windreich and was joined by GE later that year.
The companies are National Marine Dredging Company of the UAE; Royal Boskalis Westminster and Van Oord, both based in the Netherlands; Jan de Nul Group and Deme Group, both of Belgium; and US-based Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company.
(SeeNews) - Sep 8, 2014 - Belgian dredging group Deme said Friday it would hire about 250 people by October next year as pat of the expansion of its headquarters in Zwijndrecht near Antwerp.
I collected ten seed families (hereafter genotypes) from each deme, corresponding to the largest cones in each deme.
Under an agreement, CFE will take full control of Belgian dredging and marine engineering firm Dredging Environmental & Marine Engineering NV (DEME) after buying the 50% stake it did not already own from AvH in exchange for 12.2m newly issued CFE shares at a price of EUR45.00 (USD60.90) apiece, or for some EUR550m.
Alioune Deme, who works at the Chiekh Anta Diop University, says that he came across the artefacts by chance, and plans on doing more excavations in the area.
Summary: The contract to dredge a 20 km (13 mile) approach channel for a 27 billion riyal new port project was awarded to Middle East Dredging Co (MEDCO), set up by Qatar's United Development Co, state-runQatar Holding, and Belgian dredging group DEME, the statement added.
Libya and Senegal - who equalised on the night through Deme N'Diaye - both went out, with much-fancied Senegal going home without picking up a single point.
Principal shareholders are Qatari based United Development Company (UDC), Belgium's Dredging and Environmental Marine Engineering (DEME) and the Ministry of Finance, Government of Qatar.