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Angstrom

A unit of length equivalent to one-one billionth of one meter.
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In a sparkling interview with Lee Hall of Electronic Media, Anstrom emphasized: "Part of my job will be just trying to stay out of people's way.
Our companies are very much aware that they need to act with restraint,'' Anstrom said.
Cable modems transmit data at speeds up to 50 times faster than the most advanced telephone technology, Anstrom says.
NCTA's Anstrom says that the Cable Reregulation Act of 1992, which brought price controls to an industry that Congress felt was out of control, undermined the industry's ability to compete and that it should be given some protection from the telephone company giants.
Presenting and accepting the award for the Institute was Joel Anstrom, Director of the Hybrid & Hydrogen Vehicle Research Lab.
Lee JS, Collard HR, Anstrom KJ, Martinez FJ, Noth I, Roberts RS, et al.
Raghu G, Anstrom KJ, King TE Jr, Lasky JA, Martinez FJ; Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Clinical Research Network.
Eisenstein EL, Anstrom KJ, Kong DF, Shaw LK, Tuttle RH, Mark DB, Kramer JM, Harrington RA, Matchar DB, Kandzari DE, et al.
Sachs will replace Decker Anstrom, who is ankling the NCTA to become prexy-CEO of the Weather Channel.
In response to the congressional backlash, Decker Anstrom, president of the National Cable Television Association, has publicly proclaimed his member companies will hold down price increases.
We're asked every day by people coming into our tasting rooms about the wine appearing in Fifty Shades Darker," said Hans Anstrom, the managing director of the Klein Constantia estate.