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folium

[′fō·lē·əm]
(mathematics)
A plane curve that is a pedal curve (first positive pedal) of the deltoid.
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By manufacturing its own custom extraction and refinement equipment in Amsterdam, Folium Biosciences enjoys exclusive access to the industry's most technologically advanced equipment.
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New entry Folium and, right, Best Local Restaurant winner Harborne Kitchen chef/owner Jamie Desogus.
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This is quite interesting, because it means the locus of A(p,q) whose polar with respect to the folium [x.sup.3] + [y.sup.3] = 3axy.
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The proof-of-concept research funding allowed Folium Optics to successfully demonstrate solutions that can switch between any of the colours that are normally used in camouflage.In the future, a total system using this adaptive camouflage could be used on a vehicle to allow the crew to switch between different camouflage patterns depending on the type of terrain they are operating in.
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Print management company, Folium Group, has appointed Armadillo as its PR consultants.