Countour

Coun`tour´


n.1.A merchant's office; a countinghouse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Creme Contour & Highlight Kit, PS35, @ KKW Beauty Kim has a countour kit on the market.
7 August 2017 - Austria-based power generation company ContourGlobal has agreed to acquire 20mw of operational solar photovoltaic plants from Italy based ErgyCapital S.p.A., expanding Countour's solar portfolio, the company said.
Influence of nomenclature in the interpretation of lumbar disk countour on MR imaging: a comparison of the agreement using the combined task force and the Nordic nomenclatures.
Out of seven dogs one dog succumbed with renal failure, two dogs recovered completely and in four dogs though the clinical signs were resolved completely, the size and countour of gland were same on ultrasonography and was referred to surgery for castration.
For example: (visual) "The exact countour of face, head, shoulders and body"; (auditory) "The clapping of hands in applause"; (cutaneous) "The prick of a pin"; (kinaesthetic) "Running upstairs"; (gustatory) "Salt"; (olfactory) "Cooking cabbage"; and (organic imagery) "Hunger".
Mitchel Goldman MD adds, "the advancement of lasers and energy devices such as Ulthera's focused ultrasound, Bela Countour A and Exilis radiofrequency and Lutronic's advanced Nd:YAG laser will enhance treatment of skin laxity and pigmented lesions."
Trefethen, Computing [A.sup.[alpha]], log(A), and related matrix functions by countour integrals, SIAM J.
The process begins by applying first layer onto a steel platform and melting required countour. Then is another layer applied and process continuous until the whole part is made.
[7] Brlek, S., Labelle, G., Lacasse, A., Properties of the countour path of discrete sets, Int.