desma

desma

[′dez·mə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A branched, knobby spicule in some Demospongiae.
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The court confirmed the findings of the antimonopoly body that the manufacturer of "Akinetton" during the registration of prices in 2010 submitted false information, and refused to the German company Desma GmbH in the satisfaction of the claim in full
Ken, who now lives in Australia with his wife Desma, said: "My father and mother moved to Farren Road, in Wyken, in 1938.
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A Desma machine with robotics at Slic's production facility
Rubber injection moulding machines manufacturer, Desma, has launched the Benchmark S3 with a range of technical features for enhanced performance.
Established in 1982, Saudi Leather Industries equipment includes three world-class injection machines including Germany's Desma and New Desma -- 30 station enhancing the production by 40 per cent at its plant in Dammam Second Industrial City.
Customers include Motorola, Rolls-Royce, Freudenberg, Lockheed Martin, Ingersoll Rand, Klockner Desma, Hi-P and ACCO Brands.
For instance, Desma Reid-Coleman is a NAWBO member and owner of a high-end fashion resale company, Fashion Sense Inc.
Desma Reno, MSN, APRN, GCNS-BC, Southeast Missouri State University, is the state consultant.
Desma Stovall had 30 assists and 12 digs for the Beavers (7-10 Pac-10, 11-12 overall).
With people like Kathi O'Donohue (lighting designer), Drew Dalzell (sound) and Desma Murphy (sets) working their respective magic, there's no risk of an audience being sucked out of the world of the play.