unitor

unitor

[′yü·nə·tər]
(computer science)
In computers, a device or circuit which performs a function corresponding to the Boolean operation of union.
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The Unitor Inflatable Lifejacket has class leading buoyancy, a Hammar automatic hydrostatic release system, and a design that is rugged, yet also light and comfortable to wear when performing demanding offshore tasks.
In 1992 SG Dobson was sold to Unitor - a large marine supply business, which eventually became Wilhelmsen.
Wilhelmsen Ships Service will preserve Nalfleet's product portfolio along with the Unitor brands, Tandy added.
Wilhelmsen group's rebranding of Barwil Unitor Ships Service to Wilhelmsen Ships Service.
Quoted by Corsetti in his introduction to Riflessioni sulla teoria e la pratica dell'educazione, contra i principi del signor Rousseau, introduzione, traduzione e note by Carlo Corsetti (Rome: Unitor, 1990), 19.
Tenders are invited for Vishva Jyoti - Weldor Unitor
THE Birkenhead &Wirral AFL roll of honour for season 2009/2010 reads: Division One Champions, Woodchurch; runners up, Birkenhead FC; with top-spot in the Second going to treble winning Unitor FC.
Top of the table Unitor Assistance had Don Parr in charge as manager Paul Doughty was sailing round the Canaries, waiting for that call to see if they had been crowned champions, as they needed a win against Bronze Social.
The Norwegian company Unitor ASA, part of the shipping group Wilh.
Unitor Group today announced its financial results for the three months and nine months ended September 30, 2001.
The Unitor EasyClean Galley and Accommodation range allows shipowners the flexibility to choose the most effective solution for maintaining a clean and healthy onboard environment.
In Division Two Unitor beat Fender FC 6-3 as Adam Maizer netted a hat-trick with one each from Vinny O'Toole, Lima Casey and Vince Crew.