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Gynecology A contraceptive vaginal gel that ↓ transmission of STDs–eg, HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhea. See Contraceptive.
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Sales CRM users are considered to be among the savviest customer-focused companies.
Overall, fulfillment is being driven by the savviest consumer, with creative and diverse solutions entering the third-party logistics market space to meet those omni-channel needs," says Wilcox.
But those same technologies will push the savviest workers higher still.
The family deemed the savviest will win a PS10,000 prize package from Nectar and its partners.
Facebook said that teens are among the savviest people using social media and they want to be heard, be it for civic engagement, activism, or their thoughts on a new movie.
Livia Firth, wife to actor Colin Firth, is the savviest of style-setters.
Fifty One East dazzled the world's savviest jewelry connoisseurs with its exquisite collection at the Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition (DJWE) being held at Doha International Exhibition Centre.
OEven the savviest of business travelers sometimes have to contend with less-than-ideal airport situations,O Barry Padgett, executive vice president of Concur Platform services, which commissioned the study, told the Daily News.
According to a statement issued by the Italian Embassy in Beirut, "Papers of Dialogue" provides a unique take on culture, economy, energy, geopolitics and arts and will "contain a level of detail that is sure to satisfy the savviest of readers.
A series of quick fixes and delays have given savviest creditors time to prepare for a default described by analysts as inevitable, shielding their own portfolios from Greek failures and pricing loans and other products accordingly.
Jan Gray, a Northern California real estate agent, said women are among her savviest clients.
The savviest insurance companies are not banking on a sudden change in rates to ensure continued stable capacity.