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aligner

(a-lin'er)
A transparent plastic mold used in orthodontics to move teeth from one position to another.
Synonym: invisible brace
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Align is a premier global provider of technology infrastructure solutions.
Bratton's primary role will be to assist Align in its continued success as a IT and cybersecurity service provider by promoting its two core offerings in the investment management space: managed IT services and cybersecurity advisory services.
Central Illinois-based Align Production Systems designs and builds material-handling and manufacturing solutions for market leaders around the world.
Ortho Caps plans to file invalidity lawsuits against two more European patents EP1369091B1 and EP989828B1 held by Align Technology.
Good professional development A research synopsis from the American Educational Research Association describes five studies, some experimental, that demonstrate impacts on student achievement when PD focuses on how students learn and understand subject matter, strengthens teachers' knowledge of subject matter, and aligns with actual classroom conditions.
Align is offered with an extensive selection of Lista's Nexus[TM] System above-the-worksurface accessories, including a wide range of shelves, parts bin holders, lights, electrical and air power attachments, tool rails, monitor trays and document holders.
However, when a company develops a culture that consistently strives to align the interests of its customers with the interests of the company, then the power of parallel will engender a long-lasting relationship based on value and trust that is both satisfying for the customer and profitable for the company.
Align Tax Risk with Business Risk and Close Information Gaps
When our denominational leaders--or any denominational leaders, Jewish or Catholic or Protestant--try to align our religious organizations with government and use the government's strength and power and influence and money to further our own faith, to me that subverts not only Christ's teachings but also the Constitution of the United States."
* Creating heightened awareness of the need to align consistent messaging of vision and the change imperatives, and planning and executing a message cascade process to achieve this consistency.
Dowels capture the gears, while keyways align with holes in the spacer.