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composite core

[kəmpos′it]
Etymology: L, componere, to assemble
a buildup of composite resin designed and placed in the pulp chamber and root canal of an endodontically treated tooth to allow the tooth to be used as a foundation for a crown or bridge. Compare amalgam core, cast core. See also core.

com·pos·ite core

(kŏm-pozit kōr)
Restoration made of resin composite intended to replace lost tooth structure under a crown; provides support and retention for the crown.
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The new overhead conductor has a stranded continuous carbon-fiber thermoplastic composite core for rugged flexibility and reliability.
Under the terms of the agreement, General Cable has the exclusive right to purchase Mercury's HVCRC product line in The United States and Canada and in consideration for exclusive status agrees to make Mercury Cable and Energy their exclusive supplier of composite core material.
Mercury Cable will continue to pursue a worldwide Intellectual Property strategy which includes challenging overly broad claims of its competitors and will assert its rights to manufacture and sell its proprietary, industry leading HVCRC composite core conductors globally.
This new conversion centre will enable us to offer leading-edge composite core materials and will improve our lead times and services to our customers in the Chinese and Asia-Pacific wind energy and mass transportation markets," added Pierre Moneton, president, Core Materials, Alcan Composites.
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E[acute accent]Newmont completed bottle roll tests on nine composite core samples of various types of mineralization from Cerro Crespo and Cerro Queshca.
All ACCC composite core production will remain at CTC Cable's ISO 9001:2000 certified facilities in Irvine, CA, where core production capacities have been expanded in recent months.
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