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appose

verb To juxtapose; place or position one thing next to another.

appose

Medtalk verb To contact, juxtapose
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Robin Cooke, multimedia manager at ACC Liverpool, with Lee Omar, operations director at Apposing
Apposing grew rapidly in 2010, also securing deals with Chester Zoo and the Liverpool Echo Arena.
Apposing founder and managing director Dave Brown told ECHO Business: "It has been a real privilege to work so closely with the student body and Sefton Council.
Trevor Lee, of city solicitors Challinors Lyon Clark, speaking on behalf of those apposing Legs 11's plans, said it would result in more crime including sex offences and drug taking in the area.
STENTYS received Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in October 2012 to conduct a pivotal clinical trial in the United States which, if successfully completed, will enable the Company to apply for marketing approval of the STENTYS Self- Apposing stent.
The Creative Kitchen team already have Uniform, Apposing, So Mo Co and Studio Mashbo confirmed for the future Made Here: This is Liverpool events on October 15 and November 19.
About Postoperative Adhesions Postoperative adhesions are abnormal fibrous connections that can form between any apposing internal organ and serous membrane[sup.
SOFTWARE developer Apposing has designed an app for furniture giant CSL that allows people to" test drive" sofas on their smartphones.
Additional money would go to what could be seen as apposing ends of the spectrum - nurses engaged in saving lives and people in the army who potentially take it away.
Apposing, which is now based at FACT's Wood Street home, will work with the organisation as technology consultants.
Now Herb Kim, who organised an earlier TedX conference in Liverpool in 2009, has teamed up with Dave Brown, of software firm Apposing, to hold another TEDx Liverpool.