primary cement

pri·mar·y ce·ment

cementum that has no cementocytes; may cover the entire root of the tooth but often is missing on the apical third of the root.

pri·mar·y ce·ment

(prīmar-ē sĕ-ment)
Cementum that has no cementocytes; may cover entire tooth root but is often missing on apical third of the root.
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Oil and gas cementing services are specific services relating to primary cement work and also include the maintenance and support activity of cement work throughout the service life of a well depending on the terms of the cementing contract.
announced recently that it has been named the primary cement supplier for the Baha Mar tourist complex in Cable Beach, Nassau, being built by CCA Bahamas Limited.
Bates and Klein in 1917 (3) investigated the hydraulic properties and strength development of the primary cement compounds, the nature of their hydration products, and the influence of bassanite (plaster of Paris) in improving early-age strength.
NYSE: CX), announced today that it has been named the primary cement supplier for the first phase of Reventazon hydroelectric plant project in Costa Rica.
The Halliburton Energy Services Zonal Isolation team began providing services in January 1999 and has successfully performed numerous primary cement and pressure pumping jobs for Conoco.
Texas and California, the Company's primary cement markets, will lead the nation in increased spending.
The recently approved six year federal highway program should serve to augment construction activity with the largest increases in federal funding occurring in Texas and California, TXI's primary cement markets.
receiving a successful primary cement job on the well, and is currently installing 42 Spir-O-Lizer tools for British Borneo.
MANILA - Consumer groups in the Philippines are preparing to bring a "cartel case" against the countries three primary cement companies: Cemex, Blue Circle/Lafarge and Holderbank.
The well had a poor primary cement job, and the partners are addressing the mechanical feasibility of eliminating channeling.