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North American

named after North America.

North American blastomycosis
see North American blastomycosis.
North American cattle tick
see boophilusannulatus.
North American chigger
see eutrombiculaalfreddugesi.
North American Dräger
a mechanical ventilator, used in gaseous anesthesia in horses, which operates as a flow generator and controller. See also dräger vaporizer.
North American equine encephalomyelitis
western and eastern equine encephalomyelitis; see equine viral encephalomyelitis.
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More than 35 percent of our exports now go to our North American allies, compared with less than 5 percent to OPEC and less than 1 percent to the Russian Federation.
GM's purchasing organization will extend its gaze to Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, India and China for new suppliers to counteract the consolidating North American supplier industry.
Atyear-end 1999, ONCOR counted 82 buildings under construction in 27 North American CBDs, accounting for 28.
North American companies can differentiate their products by making them technology driven to ensure better quality than their Asian competitors and by adding value in terms of customer service policies.
North American uncoated freesheet shipments rose just 1.
The Tribute cuts across several levels of the SUV market," said Richard Beattie, president and chief executive officer of Mazda North American Operations, at a media preview held Thursday.
Table 2: IT Spending in North American Non-Life insurance, by source
Table 14: North American Historic Review for Switchgears by
Toweling is the largest product category (by tonnage), accounting for 41% of the North American market, followed by tissue at 28%, napkins at 24%, wipers at 7% and others at 1%.
Net income for North American was $717,000, or 10 cents per diluted share, for the quarter that ended April 30, compared with $279,000, or 4 cents per share, in 1998.

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