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PREVAILProjection Reduction Exposure with Variable Axis Immersion Lens (IBM lithography tool)
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Meanwhile, light to moderate winds from the southeast to south will prevail over the rest of Luzon, and winds from southeast to east will prevail over Visayas and Mindanao with slight to moderate seas, Pagasa said.
Partly cloudy skies are expected to prevail on Thursday and temperature is to slightly drop.
Under the merger agreement, all Prevail CU employees will retain their jobs, including Prevail's president/CEO, Tom Graves, who will become executive vice president of the continuing entity.
The PREVAIL trial complements the company's ongoing Phase III AFFIRM trial, which is studying men with advanced prostate cancer who have previously failed chemotherapy, said Dr David Hung, Medivation's president and CEO.
Another rise in temperatures is expected Thursday but normal Summer conditions will prevail in the hilly areas while it will be relatively hot in the other parts of the kingdom.
3 : to win against opposition <Good will prevail over evil.
Aboard Prevail, from the engine room on up to the bridge, the ship's master and crew members were deep in character as they played out their current scenario.
If the ordinance prevails, it's only a matter of time until emboldened city officials think about applying this anti-business formula to the rest of the city.
a provider of electronic discovery services, unveiled recently the newest upgrades to Prevail, the state-of-the-art, Web-based electronic discovery tool, at the LegalTech New York conference.
Because a claimant's case against his or her stockbroker often involves allegations of common law tort claims, as well as statutory violations, it is theoretically possible for a claimant to prevail in the case, based on a common law claim, but not be a prevailing party for purposes of recovering attorneys' fees based on the statutory claim.
The IRS notes that a taxpayer qualifying as a prevailing party by reason of having made a qualified offer need not substantially prevail on either the amount in controversy or the most significant issue or set of issues presented.
Will regulatory forces prevail and reduce us effectively to statutory auditors?