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industrial

(ĭn-dŭs′trē-ĭl)
Pert. to the workplace and the work done there.
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The World Health Organization's Global Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases, 2013 -2020, calls on Member States to implement policies to replace industrially produced TFAs with unsaturated fats.
In his opinion, Advocate-General Niilo Jaaskinen recommends that the court consider industrially prepared plasma from whole blood used for transfusions as a medicine with respect to its processing, storage and distribution, in line with the intention of the EU legislature.
Bihar has been placed the top position while Andhra Pradesh at the bottom as the industrially less developed states of the country.
Research also is in progress to develop transgenic plants producing pharmaceutically, as well as industrially, useful recombinant proteins in the latex.
But, it's the curiosity of the audiences in this industrially booming city of only 320,000 that O'Day finds so stimulating, and it's the air of creativity that the dancers also find so challenging.
Another serious disadvantage of using genetically altered or industrially hybridized seeds is that the farmer becomes dependent each year on the companies that hold patents on the seed, and must often purchase "promoter" chemicals to make the seeds viable.
The facility collects and processes ferrous and nonferrous scrap, handling a combination of industrially generated and obsolete materials.
The Berief company masters the ability to industrially incorporate the Wok into food processing.
This follows a report by organising services manager Laila Harre in which she raised the issue of how NZNO related to its midwife members and whether NZNO could or should continue to represent midwives industrially.
Di-n-hexyl phthalate: Occurs in industrially important phthalates such as di-isohexyl phthalate (up to 25%) and C6-10 phthalate (up to 1%).
In the past few decades, various biotechnology research teams have devised ways to mass-produce medically or industrially useful proteins by modifying the DNA of organisms.
NIST staff recently completed work on Key Comparison 3 of the Consultative Committee on Thermometry (CCT-K3), which compares realizations of the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90) over the industrially important temperature range -189 [degrees]C to 660 [degrees]C.

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