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fi·lose

 (fī′lōs′)
adj.
1. Threadlike.
2. Having or ending in a threadlike part or process.

[Latin fīlum, thread; see gwhī- in Indo-European roots + -ose.]

filose

(ˈfaɪləʊs; -ləʊz)
adj
(Biology) biology resembling or possessing a thread or threadlike process: filose pseudopodia.
[C19: from Latin fīlum thread]

fi•lose

(ˈfaɪ loʊs)

adj.
1. threadlike.
2. ending in a threadlike process.
[1815–25; < Latin fīl(um) a thread + -ose1]
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market, according to John Filose, vice president of sales and marketing for Ocean Garden Products, the country's largest importer.
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These companies understand the risks and rewards of agribusiness, and they know the shrimp industry from the inside out," said John Filose, veteran vice president of sales and marketing.