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stentor

(stĕn′tôr′)
n.
1. Stentor Greek Mythology A loud-voiced Greek herald in the Iliad.
2. One with a loud or piercing voice.
3. Any of several trumpet-shaped ciliate protozoans of the genus Stentor, living in freshwater habitats and feeding chiefly on smaller microorganisms.
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Coincidentally, UPMC had invested in Lancet Capital, an early stage venture capital group, who agreed to provide the seed funding for Stentor, Inc.
and Spirostomum teres Clapere et Lachmann, 1958 are indicators of polysaprobic environments; Euplotes eurystomus Wrzesmiowski, 1870, Podophrya fixa, Stentor coeruleus and Tokophrya lenarum of alfa-mesosaprobic environments; Coleps sp.
She read Gregor Mendel's experiments with the breeding of garden peas and Vance Tartar's experiments grafting 14 stentors (giant horn-shaped ciliates with huge waving mouthparts) to each other.
Stentor uses a delivery model similar to that of an application service provider.
Managing director Irene Cackett said the company's plan was to acquire Stentor and deliver tangible benefits for new and existing customers.
Paramecium 2, Scenedesmus, Staurastrum, and Stentor 2) had invariant persistence times, and consequently were not included in the separate ANOVAs for each species (Appendix).
Telephone Pioneer member companies include Pacific Bell, Ameritech, US WEST AT&T, Southwestern Bell, Bell Atlantic, BellSouth, Lucent Technologies, Nortel (Northern Telecom), and the Stentor alliance telecommunications companies in Canada.
As a participant in Stentor, a member organization for the former Canadian regional telephone companies, TELUS recently captured first place for the third time in Stentor's Challenge Cup Four, an annual competition to recognize and reward the participating competing company best able to capture and retain residential customers in its market region.
The phone companies continue to jostle for market share in the wake of the Stentor alliance breakup and on the verge of the formation through merger of BCT.
What may seem clear about the behavior of Stentor is that it involves associating new means to an old end.
To show the cost differences between radio and fiber network builds, the results of a joint economic study conducted by Northern Telecom (Nortel) and Stentor (the alliance of Canadian telephone operating companies) are presented.
Pasaba el programa al medio dia; bueno, al medio dia mexicano que en la capirucha se ha dado siempre por ahi de las dos de la tarde, porque ya todos habiamos regresado de la escuela y podiamos pegarnos al aparato Piloto Stentor, las marcas populares de entonces.