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group function

(in dentistry) the simultaneous contacting of opposing teeth in a segment or a unit, used to stabilize a full maxillary and mandibular denture during eccentric motion of the mandible in relation to the maxilla.
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Until his successor begins his new role, Eckert will remain responsible for the group function, in addition to his new role.
Swedbank (STO: SWEDA) (OSE: SWED) (LSE: SWK) has announced changes to its group executive committee, as well as the formation of a new group function for Digital Banking.
Avenia will become senior advisor to Group Functions Communications and Sales & Marketing.
Choices range from Simultaneous full arch or Segmental/ Quadrant or Sequential simultaneous techniques and Group function or Canine guided occlusal schemes.
Richardson said his meal plans for private group functions will mirror the menus elections at the hotel's restaurant, Ashley's.
It features the C language and elements of the Numerical Algorithms Group function library, The software allows researchers to program useful routines in a familiar language, including simulation, data file processing and special functions.
Dieter Neuray as head of the Procurement Group Function.
Features include presentation-quality graphics, analysis tools, the Origin C language, and elements of the Numerical Algorithms Group function library.
The Daily Post revealed last month 50 jobs in group function would go at BFG's Deeside Industrial Park base shortly after the change of ownership.
Cllr Hancox decided to back the diabetes charity after witnessing a diabetes attack at a George Eliot Diabetes Group function last year.
As Falco shows, the charismatic group function established between Bolingbroke and his followers is just as irrational as the one that existed under Richard.

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