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cyme

a CYMOSE inflorescence.
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DistribuTECH - GridUnity, a a company involved in distributed energy analytics software-as-a-service, is launching a new platform integration collaboration with Eaton's CYME International T&D.
Inflorescences produced before leaves, subtended by small bracts on reduced cymes with 2-5 flowers per cluster, flowers rarely solitary; peduncles stout, 2-3 mm long, pedicels slender, <2 mm long, with a basal small and caducous bracteole <1 mm, soon deciduous.
Thus it is possible that on a secondary level the double cyme does refer to Ovid as well as Persius.
The authors looked at three inflorescence structures that occur in nature: the panicle, the raceme, and the cyme.
There are still traces of fragrance In the weave of that dress I can't seem to part with, the cyme of its lace.
3 User Manual 2007, Cyme International, Monteral, Canada
A cyme (rhymes with lime) is an inflorescence that is broad and often flat-topped.
Any arrangement of more than one flower on a stem, for example, corymb, cyme, and panicle.
Several other works have been attributed to Ephorus, including a treatise on discoveries, another on the history and antiquities of Cyme, and an essay on style.
From internal evidence (lines 636-640), it is assumed that the author's father migrated across the Aegean from Cyme in Aeolia because of poverty.
Company Also Announces the Acquisition of Cyme International
A big part of that is helping businesses distinguish themselves in the new era of digital investing -- and not simply be seen as taking a Cyme too' approach.