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peer

(pēr) [ME.]
One who has an equal standing with another in age, class, or rank.

peer review

The evaluation of the quality of the work effort of an individual by his or her colleagues. It could involve evaluation of articles submitted for publication or the quality of medical care administered by an individual, group, or hospital.
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Window manufacturers Peerless Products and ThermoTech are said to keep their competitive edge with Dow Corning InstantGlaze assembly sealant, said to be the industry's first and only silicone hot melt window assembly sealant.
The group's current sales in the region amount to USD300m, but with the acquisition of Peerless, Grundfos aims to double its North American sales within four years.
Peerless is Magna IV's fourth acquisition in the past 15 years, according to Kent Middleton, president of Magna IV.
The similar name derived from the fact that the British Peerless firm had sold reconditioned US Army Peerless trucks from the Slough vehicle park after the Great War.
The GuardNet project represents the latest federal contract for IP services tied to the unique Sprint peerless IP network, the only IP network from a major carrier that has no physical connectivity with the public Internet.
Peerless Writing Award (Publication)--Kindra Gordon, Angus Journal
reports that it has helped contract manufacturer and injection molder Peerless of Gardena, Georgia, to create a "new look and feel" for the Intrigo LapStation Pro, dubbed the "world's smallest desk." Targeting today's "nomadic work style," it has a 1.25-inch profile when folded, yet opens to a 20 X 11 inch work platform for a notebook computer.
Peerless Systems Corporation (Nasdaq:PRLS), a provider of embedded imaging and networking solutions, has integrated Peerless technology into a new family of Tally color laser printers.
Staged by the Stuttgart Ballet's Georgette Tsinguirides, the Joffrey dancers were peerless, and left the audience cheering.
Employees of Peerless Rugs in Athy, Co Kildare, took the drastic action after management decided to close the company without telling them.
The Khiam detention center, closed in May 2000, "had been run by the South Lebanon Army, Israel's proxy militia in the former occupied south Lebanon, with the involvement of the Israeli army, but the handcuffs used to suspend detainees from an electricity pylon where they were doused with water and given electric shocks were clearly marked 'The Peerless Handcuff Co.
Iomega is also buying that IBM drive for the removable [MISSING TEXT FROM ORIGINAL PUBLISHER]dge system, called "Peerless at it's promising to deliver by mid-year.