second generation


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second generation

[′sek·ənd ‚jen·ə′rā·shən]
(genetics)
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Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) is also a new AMD client and the social media company will deploy the second generation processors across its datacenter infrastructure later on this year.
Moving on to Second Generation ,357s, I must admit to a sort of love/hate relationship with them.
EuroNCAP has recognised the second generation Audi Q3 with five-star rating in the latest round of Euro NCAP Crash Tests.
These updated filings indicate the presence of 'wellness sensors' in the second generation of Apple's AirPods.
He reckoned that it is not just actually the second generation biofuels that could be exalted as a viable cleaner energy alternative, but even the food-based first generation biofuels could be sustainable if done in a manner that will not be depriving populations on their daily subsistence.
Once first-generation clinical effectiveness and market acceptance is confirmed, changes may be needed in the second generation to better serve reimbursement methods.
They also found that the correspondence in personality traits between parents from the second generation and their children was partially mediated by the father's parenting style.
He was speaking at the launch of the new model housing lots for Felda second generation settlers at Felda Kumai, in conjunction with his working visit to the district today.
Speaking at the event Asin Nurani, an expert on family businesses, said that global statistics showed that the survival rate of family businesses from first generation to second generation is 30 per cent; from second generation to third generation is 15 per cent; and from third generation to fourth generation is only three per cent.
Many established SFOs are starting to transition day-to-day control of operations to second generation family members, according to the report, making the younger generation's investment priorities and preferences increasingly relevant.
To qualify, companies must be at least 50 percent family-owned and have second generation or later generation family members involved in the business.
The second generation of the rich--The second-generation rich walk steadily [In Chinese].

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