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dwelling

A place of habitation.

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Teleflex said it expects to launch the Arrow Endurance Extended Dwell Peripheral Catheter System in the United States later this year.
Our understanding of how dwelling is always an act of marking "is never fully accessible since (1) it is embodied in skills and (2) we dwell in our understanding like fish in water" (Dreyfus, 1990, page 35).
Dwell was reported to be close to appointing Duff & Phelps as administrator and its website had been taken offline.
With lead clearance and conveyor speed fixed, this system directly controls the dwell time and immersion depth of the board through the solder wave.
either heat transfer models or wax pressure measurements may be used to determine the optimum dwell time (or injection port dimensions) to prevent premature injection port freezing;
Rather, "they should appreciate that I made the Israelite people dwell in sukkot, and should realize that this world is a guesthouse and a temporary dwelling.
The Dwell Partner Network provides advertisers with a fast and easy method of reaching targeted demographic audiences, and eliminates the time-intensive and cost-prohibitive process of managing an advertising campaign across multiple websites.
The agreement formalises a partnership between Dwell and Informa, which aims to expand the international presence and influence of Dwell on Design, currently America's Largest Design Event.
Dwell Denver Real Estate evolved from a sense of wanting to do more for their clients.
Richard Vaughan manager of Dwell Birmingham with Dwell MD Aamir Ahmad in the lighting section at Dwell's new Fort Dunlop store.
It enables the operator to divide a forming machine cycle into various steps in accordance with throughput and behavior of castings and sand in order to control shakeout effect and dwell time.
Flow and wetting during dwell increase with time, producing a stronger bond.