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Adj.1.clx - being ten more than one hundred fifty
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Source: CLX Communications AB (publ) via Globenewswire
To launch the CLX suite, ibex has integrated two of its sister companies into the existing ibex business, now known as ibex Interactive.
With international operations specializing in the complex and challenging logistics environments of chemicals and industrial manufacturing, CLX Logistics sought to ensure its technology solutions would continue to create sustainable economic value for customers.
Under this agreement, CLX is to initially provide two-factor authentication (2FA) messaging services globally and follows an extensive development, integration and testing phase.
CLX said integrating Dialogue would strengthen the CLX customer base in the UK and Australia plus add Tier One operator connections in New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Cambodia, Japan, Philippines, Indonesia and Egypt.
The CLX employs common electrical components through a number of frame sizes, reducing the number of spare parts users need to have on hand.
By connecting the upper and lower body in a single exercise and facilitating open hand exercises, holding objects with resistance, and completely hands-free exercises, CLX creates entirely new exercise possibilities.
Available in safe working loads from 500kg up to 5000kg, the new CLX crane performs as a strong link in any process chain, said a statement from Konecranes.
One of the CLX units has already undergone local trials at Dubai-based irrigation equipment manufacturer, Valmont.
This study was carried out to investigate the effect of SMN, Celecoxib (CLX) individually and in combination on monoiodoacetate (MIA)-induced osteoarthritis (OA) in rat.