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vivo

(ˈviːvəʊ)
adj, adv
(Classical Music) music (in combination) with life and vigour: allegro vivo.
[Italian: lively]
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Another breakthrough of Vivo to create smart products that have outstanding design, expert level sound quality, ultimate image processing and delightful user experience is to introduce Hi-Fi (High-Fidelity) sound quality into its smartphones including X6.
The therapeutic applications for in vivo transfection targeting the pancreas include two popular areas for research: pancreatic cancer and diabetes mellitus.
Vivo plans to continue assisting companies in both countries in their efforts to forge cross-border partnerships, enabling companies to acquire new products and expand the market for their existing products.
The Vivo X5 Max has reached TENNA certification body in China and because of which certain details on its specifications have been revealed.
Vivo Energy Namibia Managing Director, Johan Grobbelaar, said this exercise re-iterated Vivo Energy' commitment and focus on safety.
For customers with a Vivo package, the new iO feature offers even more: they can make unlimited calls using their fixed-line number and an Internet connection to all Swiss networks, no matter whether they are phoning from Switzerland or abroad.
Out of the 35 houses built as part of Lovell and sister company Muse Developments' first phase of Vivo, on Northshore Road, only nine homes are now available and buyers are being encouraged to come and see for themselves why they're selling so fast.
25 billion) bid for Vivo last month but that move was then overruled by the Portuguese government.
Because knowing the infectious dose transmitted by mosquitoes is important for designing vertebrate infection studies, in which needles are typically used for virus delivery, we compared the amount of VEEV transmitted by mosquitoes in vitro with that transmitted in vivo.
Accordingly, the Xenopus embryonic metamorphosis assay (XEMA) has been proposed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Task Force on Endocrine Disrupters Testing and Assessment as an in vivo assay for identification of substances with potential to disrupt functions of the thyroid system.
Philosopher William Crossman forsees radical future changes in VIVO (Voice-In/Voice-Out): The Coming Age of Talking Computers, an upbeat look at how a voice-in voice-out interface with talking computers will revolutionize the world--to the extent of making written language obsolete by 2050
Motorola is extremely satisfied to be bringing this technological advance to yet another VIVO region, offering subscribers in Bahia the advantages of the CDMA2000 1X system," said Mauricio Gomes, general director of cellular infrastructure for Motorola Brazil.