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admix

(ad-miks′) [L. admixtus, mixed]
To blend or combine.
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Admix's proprietary IT platform allows real-time operations monitoring and efficient implementation for new clients.
ButMrCameron is in favour of the use of admix embryos.
Launching the bid to ban hybrids, Tory former minister Edward Leigh (Gainsborough) said the use of "admixed" embryos, using genetic material from both humans and animals, would cross an "entirely new ethical boundary" and turn the UK into a scientific "rogue state".
THE law says admix embryos must be destroyed after 14 days to ensure they are not implanted into a womb
To prolong filtration cycles in pressure filters, body feed or admix may be added to the unfiltered liquid to prevent premature blinding of cake having suspended solids.
Admix is a health and benefits broker and benefits administrator focused on the SME market in Brazil.
* Mixing technology leader Admix has relaunched several enhanced programs aimed at setting the pace for unsurpassed service in the sanitary mixing industry, both before and after the sale.
The culverts' mix design included Penetran Admix, an integral crystalline waterproofing agent dosed at time of batching.
Nationally focused, Pharmagen is a dynamic distributor of specialty drugs, compounding and admix pharmacy and producer of over-the-counter (OTC) branded multivitamins to the healthcare provider market.
The companies distributes speciality drugs, compounding and admix pharmacy and producer of over-the-counter (OTC) branded multivitamins to the healthcare provider market.
b) The custom tray was trimmed checked in patients mouth and then a preliminary impression was made using admix material (a mix of impression compound and greenstick compound in the ratio of 3:7).