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olea

(ō′lē-ă) [L.]
1. Olive.
2. Pl. of oleum.
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Olea HeartSignature(TM) analytics takes this one step further, by biometrically identifying each connected passenger for both identification and infotainment purposes.
Olea Medical designs and markets innovative medical imaging applications that significantly improve diagnostic processes and treatment evaluation.
The observed difference in methanogenic property within Olea europaea species and large variation among studied browse offers the opportunity to select species with low methanogenic potential when fed to ruminants.
Scaleo chip, IFPEN, Continental and CEA partnered within the NextSTEP program (Next Solution for Thermal and Electrified Powertrain), to demonstrate the ability of Scaleo chip's OLEA microcontroller's to control the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, called FlexHybrid.
There was no direct impact on flora or fauna of the region," said Olea.
Not only that, Olea added, his education has allowed him to make a difference in the community that he grew up in.
Olea Kiosks operates under the mantra of better kiosks through intelligent design, and is known in the industry for producing quality kiosks utilizing top quality components.
The biomass contains chemicals which, if extracted, could be used in other industrial processes, reducing the need to locate raw materials from sources such as quarries and mines," said Dr Olea.
Frogmore Barn, Frogmore Lane, Kenilworth - listed building consent for a proposed rooflight to ground-floor bathroom oLea Francis House, 202A Station Road, Balsall Common - two-storey office building with rear parking (re-submission).
of Western Australia) and government research chemist Harris start by describe the very suitable olive tree Olea europaea, its components and annual events in detail, and describe how to produce high-quality raw olives through careful management of water, soil and nutrients.
The wood, often known as genuine olivewood, Mediterranean and European olive, comes from the species Olea europaea.