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sweetwood

(ˈswiːtˌwʊd)
n
1. (Plants) any of numerous tropical tree and shrub species of the family Lauraceae
2. (Plants) the timber from some of these trees
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As an example, Sweetwood notes that one of the benefits promoted by the LED industry is that LEDs run cooler than microwave or arc lamps.
The design spreads the weight of a load across a wider area, offering a smoother glide between the square ball and the mouth of the yoke, says John Sweetwood, the strategic sales manager for CCTY Bearing.
Sweetwood, who has held sales, services, and marketing positions for an analytics company, shows marketers how to transform into more analytically driven professionals in the digital and social age and create a new marketing culture that uses data and analytics.
In her new book, The Analytical Marketer, author Adele Sweetwood shares her experience developing an analytical approach at SAS Institute, where she is the senior vice president of global marketing.
Offering an hdAlbum has allowed us to expand our product line to offer premium photo albums at reasonable prices," said Matt Sweetwood, president, Unique Photo.
Senior vice president Joni Sweetwood received the Producer of the Year award and vice president Barry Waisbrod received the Sima Kislak Jelin Salesperson of the Year award.
On May 21, 1981, thousands of people lined these narrow country lanes, clambered on to rooftops and perched in the branches of sweetwood and flame trees to try to get a glimpse of their hero on his final journey home.
The property is being marketed by Joni Sweetwood and Julie Gralla of Kislak Realty who can be contacted at 732 750-3000 for more information about the property.
Sweetwood, Comment, BlackBerry's Jam: Research in Motion's Struggle to Protect Smartphone Users' Internet Privacy Highlights Need for Shared Industry Standards, 24 PAC.
Ryan Wood played fullback for the Dallas Cowboys, co-founded the billion-dollar Under Armour apparel company, and today the Longmont native is following his dream--ranching on 652 acres at his Sweetwood Cattle Co.
I can remember, as a child, being given a sweetwood, or Spanish wood treat to chew - this was the liquorice root that had been dried and stored in jars for sale in health food shops.
METHODS: Normal and tumorigenic ovarian surface epithelial cells were isolated as described by Roby and coworkers [Roby KF, Taylor CC, Sweetwood JP, Cheng Y, Pace JL, Tawpik O, Persons DL, Smith PG, Terranova PF, Development of a syngeneic mouse model for events related to ovarian cancer.