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re·for·mat

(rē-fōr'mat),
In computed tomography, when data from a series of contiguous transverse scan images are recombined to produce images in a different plane, such as sagittal or coronal.
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Yet almost everything the reformers say about "loopholes" is flat-out wrong.
Modine developed a highly integrated Advanced Steam Methane Reformer (ASMR) that will be used in the refueling station, currently on test at a Chevron lab in Houston.
Technip has been awarded by Tecnicas Reunidas a significant contract to supply three hydrogen reformers as part of the hydrogen production facility at PETRONAS Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID) project located in the state of Johor, Malaysia.
Although the prelate Hooper, a more radical ecclesiastical reformer than Ridley, thinks of sacraments as "nothing else but a [Zwinglian] badge and open sign of God's favor," his explanation to Gardiner of how the sacrament is "not a bare sign and token of his [Christ's] death only" helps by comparison with Ridley's virtualism to define further what Cranmer's denomination (derivation) means.
The reformer will be capable of producing 160,000 NmA/h of hydrogen product and export steam, which would be used by the refinery.
Using the reformer enables to offer both intense exercises and deep stretching to make you stronger and more flexible.
LOTIS utilizes laser profilometry to conduct internal steam reformer tube inspections.
Since they appeared on This Morning, Pilates Reformer machines have taken off in a big way.
If he can give the weight away to horses such as Fontano and The Reformer, he will be a Cheltenham prospect.
Yemen-the world's fastest reformer last year for starting a business-continued to ease business start-up procedures.
This is illustrated most vividly by Georgia, the top reformer in Doing Business 2007 and also the country achieving the biggest drop in corruption in all of Europe--in 2002 37% of businesses said that they frequently paid bribes compared with only 8% in 2005.