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Gynecology A contraceptive vaginal gel that ↓ transmission of STDs–eg, HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhea. See Contraceptive.
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The company will search for the Britain's Savviest Traveller, through online and social media, for who is best at spotting a travel bargain.
In a recent issue of Forbes magazine, David was credited with pushing "the Web-as-gift-shop concept further than any other retailer" and in making Target "one of e-tailing's savviest players.
Even the savviest retailers get caught with products that don't sell.
The savviest players also know how to make the most of a break between meetings-perhaps by dashing to an art museum, hitting the golf course or working out at a gym.
Mark Kerstens, director of brand management for Castrol North America, says that the Castrol GTX Top Techs program, "recognizes automotive service students who require the diagnostics skills of a doctor, the dedication to craftsmanship and quality of a fine carpenter and the entrepreneurial skills of the savviest business leader.
Aviapliobia can Plague even the savviest business traveler.
From denial-of-service attacks to telecommunications fraud, the Secret Services' Electronic Crimes Task Force (ECTF) often nabs the savviest cyber criminals within days of an attack.
Porter, Sondheim, Hart, and Coward pen the savviest lyrics of the 20th century, and we have no great gay musical to show for it.
Designed to simplify wireless services for the savviest shoppers, the VOTEL Mobile plans include standard "Unlimited" for $33.
15 billion members worldwide, said: "Teens are among the savviest people using social media, and whether it comes to civic engagement, activism, or their thoughts on a new movie, they want to be heard.
They could take a lesson or two from the Indonesians, South Koreans and Taiwanese, who are the savviest at using up their funds bringing back only $1 in unused currency.
But parents in Wales are stepping up to the mark and are among the savviest in the UK when it comes to keeping children safe online, with 86% monitoring their child's internet activity.