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lu·cent

(lū'sent),
Bright; clear; translucent.
[L. luceo, to shine]

lucent

adjective
(1) Radiolucent, see there.
(2) Translucent.

lucent

(loo′sĕnt) [L. lucere, to shine]
Shining, translucent, clear.
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But buying in OFS involves payment of brokerage, securities transaction tax and other charges that investors pay when they buy shares in the cash market.
com, for OFS Portal, LLC; or Laura Wang of OFS Portal, LLC, +1-832-681-7340, lwang@ofs-portal.
With a heritage that reaches back to the birth of American quality at Western Electric, OFS supports a set of core values that include organizational learning, quality in innovation, valuing people and diverse needs, and management by actionable metrics.
Focused on helping buyers in the use of industry best practices when digitizing their supply chain, OFS Portal promotes cost-effective approaches in making eCommerce a reality for both buyers and sellers.
With the extra capacity of the new factory, we can better serve the growing demands of our customers developing transcontinental telecommunications backbones," said Michael Pavlychev, Managing Director for OFS Russia and CIS.
This kind of connection with Quadrem, a global e-Marketplace, demonstrates that leaders in eCommerce can work together in a trusted environment for the benefit of both the buyer and supplier in the upstream oil and gas business," said William Le Sage, CEO of OFS Portal.
Organizations are adopting formal corporate OFS service plans for two main reasons: The first involves increasing employee productivity via improved collaboration capabilities.
These reports, authored by ESG Senior Analyst Terri McClure and ESG Research Analyst Kristine Kao, represent the most detailed comparative evaluation of business-focused OFS solutions published to date.
We have seen our service provider customers deploying more small form factor cable designs in the FTTx, FTTH, and mobile backhaul while extending the operating window to longer bend sensitive wavelengths between 1490 to 1625 nm," said Pierre Marty, Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing for OFS.
Changes in the distribution of OFS will take effect in the coming months at the request of OFA users, Red Hat[R], SUSE and the Linux community at kernel.