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Articulate

In accounting, describing the relationships, if any, between the different facts listed on a financial statement.
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ENSEAL([R]) G2 Articulating builds on the unique benefits of the ENSEAL([R]) portfolio, which is designed for superior tissue sealing by providing uniform compression, controlling temperature and minimizing thermal spread.
The articulating arm will be incorporated into two distinct kitchen collections by Brizo:
The new addition to Paramount[TM] by Peerless line of mounting solutions, the PA760, packs features, looks and a great price into one articulating mount.
Proving that, this longstanding method of visually observing articulating paper marks for occlusal contact force content should be replaced with a measurement-based, objective method.
The articulating models now include compartments to house cabling and, for mounts carrying heavier displays, a wall plate knock-out for an in-wall cabling accessory.
PLA50-UNLP- GB (GS) - HG Series Universal Articulating Wall Mount in high gloss piano black (GB) or high gloss silver (GS) for 32-inch to 50-inch screens, $449;
The Titan Articulating Arm Dual Plasma Cart with its unique articulating display mounting system allows the displays to be folded up for easy transportation.
The LCS-KLA LCD Flat Panel Articulating Wall Arm Mount is available now for an MSRP of only $99.
The SmartMount 700 Series includes universal articulating and pivot wall mounts with an anodized aluminum finish for a clean, attractive look and maximum flat panel functionality.
And since the new aluminum models come in pivot and articulating styles, they are designed for locations where space or viewing angles may be a challenge, like a cramped workspace or crowded sports bar," explained Dennis Krob, market manager, professional mounting solutions for Peerless Industries.
The Pierce High Flow Articulating Water Tower is engineered and built in three sections to provide a 90-foot (27.
This patent broadly protects the use of articulating, or `wristed,' instruments in robotic minimally invasive surgery," explained David Shaw, Intuitive's Chief Patent Counsel.