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scepter

symbol of regal or imperial power and authority. [Western Culture: Misc.]

scepter

denotes fairness and righteousness. [Heraldry: Halberts, 37]
See: Justice
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Scepter is moving its leadership to Monaco, where it is establishing its global headquarters.
Headquartered in Bermuda with offices in New York and representative offices in London and Beijing, Scepter is a standing syndicate of ruling families, ultra-high-net-worth industrialists and sovereign wealth funds.
PROM: promedio; DE: desviacion estandar; Region O1: primer maximo del histograma para Scepter [TM] y citometria de flujo; Region O2: segundo maximo del histograma para Scepter [TM] y citometria de flujo; No de muestras evaluadas: 12.
Samples of varying concentrations from a single overnight culture were used to assess the feasibility of counting yeast with a Scepter cell counter fitted with 40 p.
The tubular cross-flow technology and 316L stainless steel construction make SCEPTER membrane systems virtually 'bullet-proof', and allow processing of a wide variety of difficult, dirty of hostile streams, over a broad range of chemical conditions, pressures and temperatures.
It is in this area that the veins containing the best scepter quartz crystals have been found, invariably located within amphibolite bands.
Depending upon the concentration of the Selar RB resin added to the blend, according to Scepter, the solvent barrier of laminar containers can be as much as 100 times that of containers made of an often-used competitive polymer.
Even though Kirch's Brandenburg Scepter was a reasonable tribute to royalty, it's not at all clear why a harp was the most suitable acknowledgement of George III's scientific commitment.
Using a sensor with a 40 pm aperture, the Scepter cell counter can accurately and precisely count a broad range of cell types, including small cells (Greater than 3 pm in diameter) and peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC).