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industrial

(ĭn-dŭs′trē-ĭl)
Pert. to the workplace and the work done there.
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"Two years ago, IFBA member companies committed to reduce industrially produced trans fat in their products worldwide to nutritionally insignificant levels by the end of 2018.
The agency classified as a labile blood product (a therapeutic product made from blood) the industrially processed plasma known as "plasma SD," which includes Octaplas, used in blood transfusions.
Cities such as Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Jubail, Makkah, Yanbu and Ras Al-Khayr come under the category of industrially major cities, he said.
The scientists baited traps with the usual, industrially produced [CO.sub.2].
During the trip more than 24 samples from top- and sub layers were collected from industrially and naturally contaminated territories.
Based on the values of composite index all 27 states in 2002-03 and 15 states during 1980-81 has been distributed in 3 groups such as: (i) industrially developed states, (ii) industrially less developed states, and (iii) industrially least developed states.
According to a Fiat spokesperson, 'We are industrially ready to launch the vehicle in September.
Covering a wide spectrum of modern polymer science, the book discusses such topics as the structure of polymers, thermodynamics, conformation, morphology, measurements of molar masses, polymerization mechanisms, reactions of polymers, block and graft polymers, complex topologies, as well as mechanical properties, rheology, fabrication, molding, fibers, films and various classes of industrially important polymers.
Sir - Wales needs to be unified, geographically, industrially, culturally.
is aimed at the phenomenon of the masses, is industrially produced, and ultimately has to be described as the cult of the banal.
* Trivalent Chromium (CrIII)--a naturally occurring element used industrially for brick linings in high temperature furnaces and to make metals, metal alloys and chemical compounds.
Hotchkiss says there is room to expand with five acres on site and another 20 acres of industrially zoned property adjacent to their lamination plant.

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