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bivium

(ˈbɪvɪəm)
n
(Physiology) a part of an echinoderm, made up of a pair of ambulacra
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The internal structure of Bivium was exploited and generalized to an algorithm, Bivium-Model, by S.
22) El apologo de Hercules ad bivium contaba ademas con una vertiente religiosa que lo habia hecho susceptible de infinidad de transformaciones a lo divino.
AMONG 150 FICTITIOUS company names invented by a British satirical website in 2002, Ualeo, Ovisovis, and Bivium have since become the names of real companies.
More than 20 of the 150 potential jocular names in the website's database have now been registered with Companies House including Bivium, Libero and Ualeo.
Not only that - according to the BBC's website - but 20 of the joke names, including such gems as Bivium, Libero and Ualeo, have subsequently been registered with Companies House.
In congratulating CAPIS on its PLANSPONSOR awards, Lawrence Bancroft, President and Chief Investment Strategist at Bivium Capital Partners, commented, "CAPIS' customer service is second to none.