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n in dentistry, a device of various configuration and composition used with a syringe for the application of anesthetic or other materials to a patient.
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ImageMatrix (NASDAQ:IMCX) announced today that it has integrated RAF Technology's Cartouche Medical software into ClaimMatrix and CaptureMatrix, improving the overall data processing, quality, speed and accuracy by as much as 90%.
Remove from the oven and allow to stand for 5 minutes before removing the cartouche.
As you correctly note, the inspection cartouche in the stock is that of David F.
It's the cartouche of another post-WWII, Ogden Arsenal inspector, Ed Klouser.
Two German researchers, who had been sentenced two five years in prison for stealing part of the Cartouche of Khufu in an Egyptian court ruling earlier in November, denied allegations that they had damaged the cartouche.
Cartouche 8mm balle 1898 D--in 1900 the French army adapts a 198-grain pointed, full metal-jacketed (FM.
They added that the official dating of the Pyramids is solely based on the presence of the ancient red cartouche, which prompted them to take a sample of the red paint to prove their theory.
A global consumer research study conducted as part of the logo refresh indicated strong awareness of the signature Hilton cartouche and association of the symbol with highly positive brand attributes.
Other jewellery they took included a gold cartouche with Egyptian hieroglyphics and chain, a tricoloured gold necklet and a gold dress ring with emeralds and diamonds.
Other winners included Plover Organic in the bedding category for its Cartouche Quilt, Libeco Lagae for its Alexa collection in the bath category, Lintex for its Golden Jubilee tablecloth and napkin set in the dining category and Dash & Albert for its Zipper rug in the home-accessories category.
The bottle might look like a Claret or Burgundy bottle, but they're giving something unique to the brand, giving the consumer texture with a cartouche or an embossing.