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dissolution

1. the termination of a meeting or assembly, such as Parliament
2. the termination of a formal or legal relationship, such as a business enterprise, marriage, etc.

dissolution

[‚dis·ə′lü·shən]
(chemistry)
Dissolving of a material.
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These statements may involve, but are not limited to, comments relating to strategies, expectations, future actions, the timing of the liquidation, the final distribution to shareholders and the dissolution of ACE.
Dissolution is the official term for the end of a Parliament that is provided for in the Constitution of Botswana Section (91).
Sotto said he himself will support if it is called dissolution of marriage.
The full automation for the dosing of the dyes is achieved combining the unit TRS with the automatic dissolution unit produced by Color Service in various models:
This would be paid through an initial USD7.5 million payment ten days after completion of the dissolution and the remaining USD8.8 million six months later.
Therefore, it is very important to find appropriate formulation approaches to enhance the aqueous solubility, dissolution rate, and thus the bioavailability of poorly soluble drugs.
'The party's central committee has been authorised to pave way for the dissolution of BN and seek new political coalition partners.
This necessitates the need to further understand the kinetics of dissolution. This paper details a study to understand the kinetics of Bi particle dissolution using a novel in situ heating technique in the scanning electron microscope (SEM).
The bill provides two options for administrative dissolution of qualified entities:
A year after the dissolution of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), the fate of the former main opposition party remains unclear.
It was reported yesterday that Absorption Systems, a company focused on the science of translational medicine, has received a Decision to Grant a patent from the Japanese Patent Office covering the In Vitro Dissolution Absorption System (IDAS2), a first-in-class technology.
Global Banking News-September 5, 2018-Absorption Systems wins Japanese patent for In Vitro Dissolution Absorption System (IDAS2)