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  • r  in an integral manner

  • Nevertheless, he imagined the paintings as integrally connected -- a single work of art, no less united than a mural is, but portable.
  • He just missed the Korean War, but found two permanent passions: flying and the law, which he considers integrally related.
  • The crimes were integrally tied up with the war.
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  • Panel Mounted Display Units support load cell products.
    Designed for LCM Systems load cell products, including those with integrally mounted amplifiers, PMD Series includes PMD-Process for use with voltage and current analog process signals; PMD-Strain for use with strain gauge bridge based sensors; and PMD-Serial, which can be connected to RS232 or RS485 ASCII serial bus, primarily for use as remote slave display. All IP65-sealed units are available ...
    June 20, 2013 - ThomasNet

  • Naoto Kan in Interactive Investor
    I do not think that it is good if we merely rebuild fiscal conditions. For instance, if we raise the sales tax and use that to repay debt, that is a deflation policy,Kan said. "Instead, integrally implementing these three goals --...
  • Orville Schell in International Herald Tribune
    John is an immensely capable executive who has been integrally involved throughout Telstra's transformation program. He has led many of the world-leading IT changes we have made at Telstra and his promotion is another sign of the success Telstra... Sol Trujillo The Australian,25197,24610957-15306,00.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHURAnAlD_Nk3DG8SiS_pgEemSCpA Nov 5, 2008 52618 69784 integrally There cannot be a solution to the global climate change questions without China being integrally involved," Schell said.

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