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benz

abbreviation for a benzoate carboxylate anion.
A regional street term for Benzedrine—amphetamine sulfate
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Then the climax: Piano's 21-storey Mercedes Benz tower, resplendent in eco-tech layered cladding of glass and biscuit coloured terracotta.
These have the same biscuit-coloured cladding as the east front of the tower and all round them is a double-height external arcade which allows glass walls to offer local street level activities (though when I visited the building last month, virtually the only signs of this were a cafe and a showroom for Mercedes Benz vehicles).
Here the cafe, car showroom and a travel agency open into the big space (and will presumably be joined by other such uses as the area gets going and attracts more people than those who work for the Daimler Benz development and management company which occupies this first finished building).
Benz acknowledges the advantages of tamoxifen treatment and agrees that the recurrence link remains speculative.
The winner advances to the Mercedes Benz Cup Wild Card tournament at the L.
The accelerometer will be used to detect tilt and motion on a number of Mercedes Benz models.
The workers were union activists at the Mercedes Benz Argentina auto manufacturing plant in Gonzalez-Catan, a suburb of Buenos Aires, when the Argentine military seized power in 1976 and launched the Dirty War.
The plaintiffs in the case -- the families of the disappeared and the surviving victims of torture and forced exile -- say that officials at the Mercedes Benz plant worked closely with, aided and abetted security officials who carried out these crimes during the height of the Dirty War in which approximately 30,000 people were "disappeared" by Argentina's military dictatorship.
The suit contends that officials of Mercedes Benz Argentina, now a subsidiary of DaimlerChrysler, gave the names and addresses of workers they deemed "subversive" to state security forces at a time when it was well-known that "subversives" would be detained, tortured and disappeared.