plyometrics

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plyometrics

(ˌplaɪəʊˈmɛtrɪks)
pl n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) (functioning as singular) a system of exercise in which the muscles are repeatedly stretched and suddenly contracted
[C20: from Greek plio- + metric]
ˌplyoˈmetric adj
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Previously, he served in leadership, business development and technical service and solutions roles for Belzona Polymetrics, Ltd.
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Contact: Kris Indseth, AMREL's Director of Polymetrics or Luke McKinney, AMREL's Business Development, East Coast at 1(800) 882-6735.
of Plano, Texas, and personnel director with Polymetrics of Sunnyvale, Calif.
Filter believes its controlling interest in Metito, combined with its international acquisitions of Permutit, in February 1996, Polymetrics, in October 1995, Bekox of Spain, in November 1995, and the pending acquisition of Culligan's operations in the Middle East and Europe, give the company the largest installed base of desalinization equipment and services in the world.
He started his career with Nalco Chemical, headed Sybron Chemical's ion exchange business, and later served as a senior executive for both Arrowhead Industrial Water and Polymetrics.
the Process Equipment Division of United Utilities, IWT, Arrowhead, Polymetrics and our other product-related acquisitions, U.
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