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A decorative panel which fills the inter-columniations of the proskenion or the thyromata (pl. of thyroma) at the back of the stage of an ancient Greek or Roman theater.
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Como indica Jarvis (2007), el herbario de Joachin Burser esta organizado de acuerdo con la obra de su maestro Caspar Bauhin Pinax theatri botanici .
19 April 2010 - Indian credit rating agency CRISIL rated at BB with a "stable" outlook and at P4+ various bank facilities of local Pinax Paper Mills Pvt Ltd.
In the Doric dialect the number of words beginning epel[ ] is very limited; perhaps in the context of an Archaic inscribed pinax, one candidate might be some form of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
We are very pleased that The Pinax Group has placed its trust in Data Evolution's ability to dominate our market niche," said Robert J.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-2 March 2010-CRISIL rates Pinax Steel Industries' bank facilities at BB+/P4+(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Robert Lovell's Panmineralogicon, or an Universal History of Mineralls (1661), Christopher Merret's Pinax rerum Naturalium Britannicorum (1666), John Webster's Metallographia, or an History of Metals (1671), Robert Plot's Natural History of Oxford-shire (1677), and Natural History of Stafford-shire (1686), and Nehemiah Grew's 1681 description of the minerals and other specimens in the collection of the Royal Society (Musaeum Regalis Societatis) all stimulated interest by bringing minerals within reach of the English-speaking scholar and amateur.
The Pinax Group's SwingTop(R) Technology Available for Future Products
The Pinax Group is presently in various stages of discussions with several companies worldwide to license our intellectual property related to the exciting SwingTop(R) industrial design," said Robert Sowah, The Pinax Group's Chief Executive Officer.
Addition of Clio(R) intellectual property allows The Pinax Group
Connectronics has been involved in the sales of The Pinax Group's award-winning Clio, a Window CE device that incorporates the patented SwingTop(R) design enabling the Clio to function as a touch-screen tablet or as a more traditional notebook with a full keyboard, since it was first introduced in 1998.
After its acquisition of Clio(TM) in November 2001, The Pinax Group Inc.
The Pinax Group is confident that the "point of" data collection capabilities of the Clio(R) will transform the way information is compiled in many sectors, including healthcare, research data surveys, and sales automation.