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silver bullet

A popular term for a type of vibrator that has a satellite unit for insertion, which is tethered to the main unit by a cord.
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OrthoFuzIon is a Trademark of Silver Bullet Therapeutics, Inc., and is currently approved for sale only in the European Union.
Silver Bullet Therapeutics, Inc., a privately held company located in San Jose, CA, has developed and patented antimicrobial implants and medical devices to address surgical-site and hospital-acquired infections.
Energy committee chairman Tim Yeo said: "It is still too soon to call whether shale gas will provide the silver bullet needed to solve our energy problems.
The Silver Bullet system helps prevent hard-water scaling buildup, and that means the water can be recycled more often - reducing water consumption and increasing energy efficiency.
Recently, the company completed integration and testing for the BranchXpress BX7200 with Silver Bullet's Ranger scanner interface.
"Thousands of bottles of Silver Bullet Gun Oil have been distributed since July of 2004 by its creator to members of ALL U.S.
Previously a marketing assistant at North East enterprise agency Tedco, Kerry proved her dedication and enthusiasm for her new role by taking part in the Gregg''s Children's Cancer Run, for which Silver Bullet carries out marketing support services free of charge each year.
When Storymaker went clear early on the run-in it looked over, but he idled in front and Campbell Gillies produced a great finish from Go Silver Bullet to get him up in the final strides.
Are you searching for the silver bullet for your practice?
According to a white paper from FurstPerson, "Searching for the Silver Bullet: Can One Test Alone Improve Quality of Hire?" factoring in the opportunity cost of poor performance "accelerates this cost by a factor of five to ten times depending on your industry and call type."
The widespread health threat presented by diabetes in the United States and other parts of the world suggests that there is no silver bullet to control and arrest progression of the condition.
Providing a silver spoon is better than searching for a silver bullet.