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symmelia

 [sim-e´le-ah]
a developmental anomaly characterized by apparent fusion of the lower limbs. There may be three feet (tripodial symmelia), two feet (dipodial symmelia), one foot (monopodial symmelia), or no feet (apodal symmelia or sirenomelia).

apus

A near-extinct term for a person with apodia.

apus

(ā′pŭs) [ ¹an- + Gr. pous, foot]
A person who has apodia.
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In addition, Apus Group will set up a VC platform both in China and around the world.
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AMD A-Series Desktop APU update - Starting May 10, AMD's A-Series desktop APU products will be available at new price points and deliver new features and benefits to end users than ever before.
An easy solution is to stencil "Hour Meter" above or below the hour meter opening on the APU. That way crews can easily find the hour meter and keep track of those hours.
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As well as Honeywell's standard APU product warranty the agreement will also provide a suite of aftermarket maintenance solutions which are said to specifically cater to he carrier's needs.
Gulf Air has chosen the APUs after carefully considering various factors such as reduced emissions and fuel efficiency.
CARB also mandated that APUs equipped on trucks with a 2007 or newer engine must be fitted with a verified Level 3 particulate control device designed to reduce PM by 85% or have its exhaust plumbed into the main truck engine's exhaust upstream of the particulate filter or meet N[O.sub.x] limits.
Gulf Air has entered into a $8 million deal with Honeywell Aerospace to provide Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) and a maintenance programme for its new Airbus A320 aircraft.
TO BE THE EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR OF TELEFLEX'S AUXILIARY POWER AND CLIMATE CONTROL UNITS (APUS) IN THE AFTERMARKET.
In FedEx Corp., 2/16/05, the Sixth Circuit affirmed a district court's decision (291 FSupp2d 699 (WD TN 2003)), that the taxpayer could currently deduct off-wing maintenance costs related to engine shop visits (ESVs) for aircraft engines and auxiliary power units (APUs).