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CTNSContainers
CTNSCenter for Theology and the Natural Sciences (Berkeley, CA)
CTNSCystinosis, Nephropathic
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Goods may be improperly loaded into containers, or containers onto vessels.
Similar to the banking industry's challenge of knowing its customers to prevent money laundering, companies will be called on to know customers, suppliers and vendors, as well as secure containers with tamper-proof packaging.
General Mills insists they are currently redesigning Yoplait containers with a "skunk-friendlier" rim.
BCS3 is program software that consolidates and maps data from a myriad of specialized data systems to provide SDDC and operation commanders strategic level visibility of cargo and containers shipped from an installation to a tactical assembly area.
Due to their arm design, they cannot reach down into the containers, but require a linear extension arm to their fourth axis.
Callender especially focused on how well the container would fare during harsh weather, because fierce thunderstorms rolled through the night before the demonstration, prompting a tornado warning for the area.
Did the water in containers A and B bubble differently?
Against the background of Japan's lingering economic recession and in a move aimed at coping with the severe management environment affecting the corrugated container business, Oji Paper has been studying the possibilities for restructuring the Oji Paper Group's business activities in this field.
One of the easiest incoming quality assurance checks is to weigh the container (or check the manufacturer's recorded weight on the shipping invoice).
A survey conducted by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (LSR) reveals that dairies charge consumers an average of four cents per half-gallon less for milk in refillable containers than for milk bottled in non-returnable ones.
The Supreme Court directed the Texas Court of Appeals to consider the Court's recent holding in Itel Containers International Corporation, 113 S.
Microgravity Laboratory Among the experiments on board, ranging from crystal growth to flame propagation, one concerned the geometry of liquid surfaces in exotic," or unusually shaped, containers.