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Sil·ver

(sil'vĕr),
Henry K., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Silver-Russell dwarfism, Silver-Russell syndrome.

sil·ver (Ag),

(sil'vĕr),
L. argentum; a metallic element, atomic no. 47, atomic wt. 107.8682. Many salts have clinical applications.
Synonym(s): argentum
[A.S. seolfor]
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The mission of Argentum Electronics is to bring fundamental innovation to the world of power electronics and IoT technology.
Under a separate contract with BARDA, Argentum Medical is nearing completion of studies required to apply for FDA clearance of Silverlon for skin burns caused by sulfur mustard chemical weapon exposure.
Argentum is the first collection to come out of this initiative and is named for the Latin word for silver, a nod to the silverwashing technique used in finishing these pieces.
Upon transfer, Soltoro will retain a 3% Net Smelter Return ('N.S.R.') interest in Coyote whereby 1% can be purchased by Argentum Silver for US$1.5 million to a maximum of 2%.
Answers on page 76 Other lives Three wins from 12 starts was not a bad return for Argentum. Shrewdly handled by Lady Herries, four unplaced runs in maidens saw him start life in handicaps in August 2004 on a mark of 52 and win on his first attempt, the step up in trip also evidently making a difference.
Now 'Business Standard' has exclusively reported that the company is in talks with SpiceJet promoter Ajay Singh's firm, Argentum Motors, for rolling out heavy trucks and buses.