E4D

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E4DEthanol for Diesel
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The E4D program, sponsored this year by DeLaval, creates opportunities for small groups of IFAJ members--selected for the program by a jury--to explore production and marketing in countries with dynamic, developing agricultural economies.
Texas-based E4D develops computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) restorative systems.
The new Fluence E4D will be powered by the new generation of Renault's most successful 1.5 dCi (K9K) engine which will give the best combination of power and fuel efficiency in its class".
With its improved ease of use, it is becoming increasingly popular in practice, with a corresponding influx of additional systems entering the market including E4D, Lava C.O.S., and iTero.
1H NMR and 13C NMR spectra of the sample E4d were obtained with a Bruker AVANCE DP[X.sub.300] spectrometer, in DMSO-d6 containing tetramethylsilane as the internal standard.
C1d, E4d. It is better not to start up individual enterprises, because there is a chance they will fail.
(e4d.), Deciphering the Enterprise Culture, London: Routledge.
The 4th Africa Mini Grids Summit 2018 is held in collaboration with Knowledge Partner Energy for Development (e4D) Network / University of Southampton and supported by: the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE), the African Network for Solar Energy (ANSOLE), and the South African Alternative Energy Association (SAAEA).
Extractives for development (E4D) (/project/extractives-development-e4d) is part of Macro-economic management (M-EM) (/project/macro-economic-management-m-em)
The following illustrates how using the E4D CAD/CAM system to fabricate a provisional restoration would facilitate easy removal and allow for modifications necessary to develop the desired soft tissue contours.
Finnish dental equipment maker Planmeca Oy said it had invested an undisclosed amount in E4D Technologies LLC, taking a non-controlling stake in the US medical device firm.