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pen·ton

(pen'tŏn),
The pentagonal capsomere (p. base) along with the protruding fiber at each of the 12 vertices of the adenovirus capsid; antigenically, the penton base differs from the fiber, and both differ from the other (hexagonal) capsomeres.
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George got the line right after a while, and towed us steadily on to Penton Hook.
We all wished, however, afterward that we had stopped at Penton Hook.
My own abode is lodgings at Penton Place, Pentonville.
William Guppy, eighty-seven, Penton Place, or if removed, or dead (of blighted hopes or anything of that sort), care of Mrs.
Penton said the alliance will "extend 'Electronic Design's' position as the leading authority on emerging technologies and application methodologies in North America and Europe to mainland China.
Truck Blue Book is part of the new Penton Media's Information Data Products Division, which provides leading online and print products in industries including aviation, electronics and transportation.
Penton said there would be no significant impact on future earnings as a result of the transactions.
The Custom Publishing Council (CPC) recently honored York, a division of Johnson Controls, and Penton Media for their combined work on an educational webcast series for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) contractors.
Penton Media (Cleveland, OH) has submitted a plan to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) outlining how it intends to comply with the NYSE's continued listing criteria.
In connection with the proposed Merger, Penton has filed a definitive proxy statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC").
Penton Media (Cleveland, OH) has begun the publication of Fuel Cell Management (FCM) magazine with a November issue.