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adenia

/ade·nia/ (ah-de´ne-ah) chronic enlargement of the lymphatic glands; see also lymphoma.

adenia

A nonspecific term which fills a lexical void for massive chronic lymphadenopathy.

adenia

(ă-dē′nē-ă) [aden- + -ia]
Chronic inflammation and enlargement of a lymph gland.
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Lehigh Hanson's Mission Valley Rock plant was able to reduce its energy intensity by taking a holistic approach to reducing energy consumption.
For three years, Balcones researched and tested processes at its Little Rock plant to create the right mix of materials, as well as worked to determine the proper shredding and compression processes, before finally developing what it feels is the right combination.
The story of the Mazda-Flat Rock plant is recounted by Joseph and Suzy Fucini, a husband-and-wife journalist team based in Michigan.
The KRP was the only hard rock plant to produce all rare earth elements outside of China, producing 120 different metals, alloys, and oxides.
The Little Rock plant is PPG s largest protective and marine coatings manufacturing facility in the Americas.
The automaker started preparing the Flat Rock plant for Fusion assembly shortly after Mazda announced in mid-2011 that it was withdrawing Mazda6 production from the facility
Voith is supplying hydropower equipment at the Red Rock plant.
Large Aggregate Mine--Lehigh Hanson's Carroll Canyon Rock Plant in San Diego County.
A AUBRIETIA is a popular rock plant that comes in purple, lilac, white and variegated forms.
The group awarded Voith Hydro a $46 million contract to supply generators and turbines for the Red Rock plant in April 2012, giving the project the capability to generate up to 55 MW at certain times of the year when water is available, though it is licensed at 36.
s Little Rock plant a year ago could cost the company $14.
Currently, the Flat Rock plant, which is jointly owned by Ford and Mazda Motor Corp.