vadum

va·dum

(vā'dŭm),
An occasional elevation from the bottom of a cerebral sulcus nearly obliterating it for a short distance.
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Nass Corporation chairman Sameer Nass and Haldor Topsoe Middle East office in Bahrain managing director Thomas Vadum Ia Cour signed the MoU.
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Vadum belongs to the Diospilini and it has been reported for Missouri and Texas (Mason 1987).
We decided to model our anthology on the book, Images of Women in American Popular Culture, edited by Dorenkamp, McClymer, Moynihan and Vadum (1995), which is used to teach the gateway course into Assumption's Women's Studies Program.
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The researchers gleaned such a precise description of the damage by studying historical accounts and the disturbed sediments near the castle, called Vadum Jacob.
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com has proved to be the 'go-to' resource for talented Bahraini engineers since we first engaged the service in June this year," Haldor Topsoe general manager Thomas Vadum la Cour said.
As Vadum opens the targeted channels needed to reach our online customer base, signing this agreement with Onvia is a key strategic milestone," said Cary Chandler, chief marketing officer for Vadum.
As an international market leader in our field, Haldor Topsoe needs the very best people to help us achieve the highest standards of delivery at the local level," Haldor Topsoe Bahrain general manager Thomas Vadum la Cour said.
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