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resonate

[′rez·ən‚āt]
(electricity)
To bring to resonance, as by tuning.
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Resonate Foods is one of the local companies to greatly benefit from a rise in customer demand, as represented by their recent success.
"The follow-up results from the RESONATE and RESONATE-2 studies provide clinicians even more evidence that patients with CLL/SLL across all treatment lines can achieve long-term disease control with IMBRUVICA monotherapy," said Paul M.
Resonate is welcoming Big Betty for the first time - a self-contained esports facility on a 21 metre long truck, boasting a rooftop VIP and players' lounge.
Ellipsis & Resonate believe many CX programs are measuring the wrong things, or not enough of the right things to prove effectiveness.
Prairie Spirit School Division held its fourth annual music conference, Resonate, in April.
To celebrate we've teamed up with Resonate to give you the chance to win one of 10 pairs of tickets.
"He has a gift of being able to swap his lyrics on the spot to resonate with a person passing by.
Jaime Watt takes a weekly look at how issues making waves in Ottawa resonate with Canadians on CBC's Power & Politics.
The soft sweet energy of this crystal will resonate into your aura, allowing you to see the beauty in the world ...
We also tend to attract those who resonate at the same level.
They chose the name resonate because it means to "evoke or suggest images, memories, and emotions." "So our Resonate!
Under the partnership, financial details of which were not disclosed, echoBase's Resonate iPhone application for doctors, hospitals, pharmacies and other healthcare providers will leverage Dassault Systemes' ENOVIA V6 online collaboration and data management solution to deliver portability, availability and security of healthcare data.