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Sente

A subdivision of the Lesotho loti. One sente is equal in value to 1/100 of one loti. Its plural is lisente.
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While several companies offer test asset management solutions in the North American market, Sente stands out with a greater variety of test assets, covering the entire product lifecycle, from planning to disposal, helping customers in strategic sourcing management, and for the measurable bottom line cost savings they produce," noted Cavazos.
That doesn't mean Sente is taking undue risks, Ely notes.
Representative Sente has shown the highest level of concern for the well being of the citizens of Illinois," said Robert Porter, acting ILACP president.
Our objective is to better understand and relate to the needs of these leading practices, and to educate physicians on how Sente can compliment and fit their patients needs.
The biologically active glycoproteins used in Sente Dermal Repair Cream promote cell renewal, facilitate new collagen development, increase skin hydration, gradually lighten the appearance of pigmented lesions and soothe irritated skin.
Our work with global leaders in defense and telecommunications confirms that for many of these companies, the test environment represents an untapped source for dramatic improvements in profitability, time-to-market and engineering productivity," said Paul McNamara, The Sente Group's chief executive officer.
Badaoui sera repre- sente en force avec le talentueux cour- sier de 4ans Quadhi a la qualite recon- nue et qui peut pretendre a la plus haute marche du podium.
Hasnain is Chairman of the board of Ambit Biosciences Corporation and Sente, Inc.
In addition to his work as president of PeerDirect and NuSphere Corporation, Cooper was founder, president and CEO of Sente, Inc.
Je trouve primordial que l'orchestre garde ce niveau, que chaque membre de l'orchestre se sente responsable, s'implique et soit constamment a la recherche de la qualite.
Frenkil's tenure with Sequence began when the company merged with Sente in 2000.