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Hybrid

A package of two or more different kinds of risk management instruments that are usually interactive.
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Cumulative sales in Japan of hybrids top 1 million vehicles
Some new hybrid species arise with an increase in the number of chromosomes.
The strategic move toward hybrid engines is a cornerstone of Toyota's strategy to become the market leader by 2010.
Additionally, they say, powering up plug-in hybrids with wall sockets results in far less pollution (from the power plants providing the electricity) than an equivalent gasoline-powered car spews out its tailpipe.
Wegner still likes to visit test plots to see new hybrids "in the flesh" and have one-on-one visits with a company agronomist, but sees added value in the VPT.
But the forecasters expect the number of hybrid electric models on the market to increase from 10 this year to 44 by 2012, while the number of diesel models is expected to grow from 14 to 26.
As all-plastic approaches continue to improve, hybrids seem to be carving out a niche in higher performance applications.
Hybrids can result in loss of genetic diversity, she explains, and there's no protection for them under the 1973 Endangered Species Act.
Currently, all significant crossborder tax planning should be done with the potential benefits of the CTB rules and the use of hybrids clearly in mind.
There are many legitimate reasons why you would want to consider buying a hybrid vehicle.
Mavarez says that the team hopes to test the mating preferences of the lab-bred hybrids.