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convert

(kŏn-vĕrt′) [L. convertere, to turn around]
In cardiology, to change an arrhythmia to a normal heart rhythm, either spontaneously or with drugs or electricity.
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OEM International (STO:OEMB) announced on Thursday that it has signed an agreement to acquire all shares in ATC Tape Converting AB, a company which converts and markets industrial tape.
IMA has also been given the option of purchasing the remaining 40% stake in Teknoweb Converting between 2018 and 2024.
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Forwards and backs combined well for full-back Lloyd Owen to hit the line at pace and cross for a try, while Gregson added his second of the game shortly before the interval, Griffith converting one score.
The Scorpions soon scored again through Greg Burke and Nathan Mossop, with Wildbore converting again.
C&H then took control with another score from Venson, converted by Jack Howland, and winger Zak Whitehouse added a fantastic individual score under the posts, Howland converting.
THOUSANDS of Britons are converting to Islam every year - with more women becoming Muslims than men, a Welsh study has found.
Little Rapids Corporation, a leading manufacturer and marketer of products for the healthcare, beauty and specialty paper markets has acquired Larsen Converting Industries, Inc.
Since converting database files can be more involved than just opening the file in the new release--as you can do most of the time with programs such as Excel or Word--this month's column will address upgrading to a new release of Access.
The ger is treated like a native born, according to this understanding of the Or Ha-haim, because he has a historical spiritual connection to other Jews and in converting is just now discovering his Jewish heritage.
What about converting over a period of years rather than all at once, or borrowing funds to pay the Roth conversion tax liability?