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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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Products: IP's output stretches across a broad range of product lines, including pulp, fluff pulp, coated and uncoated printing and writing papers, specialty papers, diapers, sanitary napkins, containerboard, bleached packaging board, converting and specialty industrial papers.
Summer of 2001 will also see a new 76,000 square foot facility in the Boston metro market, replacing the oldest of the five Web Converting sites.
Converting a 100-kw vacuum former can earn a $10,000-$15,000 rebate.
If the shares are held in "street name," instruct the account executive at the Converting Stockholder's bank or broker to withdraw the Converting Stockholder's shares from the Converting Stockholder's account and request that a physical stock certificate be issued in the Converting Stockholder's name.
By converting to a cast component, the customer realized a 29% weight reduction and significant cost savings.
While there are several software packages for converting, indexing, storing and retrieving documents, none of the off-the-shelf systems is flexible enough to meet most users' needs.
GS CleanTech's ambition is to increase this efficiency as much as possible by converting as co-products such as DDG and carbon dioxide into additional renewable fuels.
By converting the component to casting, a 33% cost savings was realized by the customer due to the elimination of the assembly time for the component.
Focused on three business areas: paper industry, converting industry and wood products industry.
This means that the transition period provided in the regulations for converting to the euro will not apply, nor presumably will the rules deferring currency gain or loss realization on conversion to the euro.
Among the options being considered is converting at least 200 of the buses back to diesel as a money-saving measure.