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son·ic

(son'ik),
Of, pertaining to, or determined by sound; for example, sonic vibration.
[L. sonus, sound]

son·ic

(son'ik)
Of, pertaining to, or determined by sound, e.g., sonic vibration.
[L. sonus, sound]

sonic

(sŏn′ĭk) [L. sonus, sound]
Pert. to sound.

Patient discussion about sonic

Q. do you know what are the pros and cons of the Sonic toothbrush from Oral B (electric tooth brush)? last night, my best friend raved about it for a whole hour. My dentist told me to use a soft brush (number 35) to clean my teeth and that the electric brushes are a bit over rated. My friend specifically told me about the Sonic product and told me that it also makes his teeth whiter. I wanted to know if anybody has any knowledge or experience from first hand about this product or any good information about it.

A. Thank you for the frank answer. I wonder if I can find a really soft electric toothbrush

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TI is the unquestioned market leader in wireless applications and we are committed to developing high-performance, low power, minimum silicon area solutions to meet their target market driven requirements," said Grant Pierce, president and CEO of Sonics.
0's advanced SOA infrastructure and matching SOA toolset, Sonic is addressing the real-world challenges of SOA that users confront once they move into large-scale, widely distributed deployments," said Gordon Van Huizen, vice president of Sonic products.
We have just completed a very successful fiscal 2005 with revenue from the Sonic Software line increasing 24 percent year-on-year," said Greg O'Connor, president of Sonic Software.
Anyone who's heard Hub talk about the ESB--or distributed computing in general--knows that he has a passion and expertise that few can match," said Greg O'Connor, president of Sonic Software.
Recognizing the need for a new kind of infrastructure capable of connecting, mediating and controlling large-scale networks of services, Sonic Software introduced the first ESB in March of 2002.
The Sonic Continuous Availability Architecture(TM) (CAA) was highlighted by InfoWorld as a way companies can reduce their "reliance on costly hardware as a hedge against system failures.
The SonicMQ C# Client (SonicMQ is the communications infrastructure of Sonic ESB) allows .
In selecting Sonic ESB as the "Most Influential" product from a group of over 200 entrants, Network Magazine wrote, "The main trend in data center software is the shift toward a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
Using Sonic ESB, we now have a flexible SOA that is capable of meeting our demanding data management challenges today, while evolving quickly and easily to accommodate future strategic initiatives to improve patient care.
These customers are frustrated with the inadequate returns they have achieved with this traditional, centralized hub-and-spoke integration technology," said Greg O'Connor, president of Sonic Software.
With the Sonic Continuous Availability Architecture(TM), Sonic middleware ensures that we can deliver a great quality of service to our customers," said Hauke Ernst, managing director at bendit GmbH.