pedion


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pedion

[′ped· ē·ən]
(crystallography)
A crystal form with only one face; member of the asymmetric class of the triclinic system.
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FASMETRICS YPIRESIES KAI PROIONTA ILEKTROMAGNITIKON PEDION ANONYMI ETAIREIA
18) The only example falling within the compass of 'anatomical-geographical bawdy', as in the Nell passage, is the reference to the prototypical Boiotian figure of Ismenia, ambiguously anatomical and geographical, where the pun on pedion is functionally integrated into her geopolitical background.
The metro lines are always a good way to get around the center of Athens where you'll find the "Love Park" of the city, named Pedion Areos.
Background: Lithokelyphos can be considered to be a variant of lithopedion (litho = stone: pedion = child).
Coming off the heels of last year's award-winning design, the new Pedion EM is one of the PC industry's thinnest, lightest and most powerful notebook computers to meet the needs of today's high-level executives.
One of the more noticeable improvements in the Pedion EM is a new keyboard that increases the computer's keystroke depth to 3 mm while maintaining a profile that is only 0.
We designed the Pedion EM to perform much like a vital member of a CEO's staff -- it's reliable, can juggle multiple tasks effectively, can give a 100-percent effort any time, any place and projects a polished exterior that exemplifies excellence.
Effective immediately, the suggested retail price of the Pedion drops to $3,799 from $4,499, the AMiTY CN Model 2's price becomes $1,699 from $1,999 and the AMiTY CN moves to $1,299, down from $1,499.
The award-winning Pedion was the first computer to define the ultralight, ultrathin notebook computer category.
Monday introduced the Pedion, the PC industry's thinnest, lightest and most powerful notebook computer ever made.
The new Pedion notebook PC makes its debut at Fall COMDEX '97.