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exp

abbr.
1. exponent
2. exponential

exp

symbol for
(Mathematics) exponential (sense 2)

exp.

1. expenses.
2. expired.
3. export.
4. exported.
5. express.
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In its fifth year, eXp Realty is becoming one of the largest national brokerages and attracting talent from established companies.
the less capital-intensive, cloud-based option that eXp Realty has introduced to the global marketplace
Bentley, a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), has introduced a new app called 'EXP Lab' for the EXP 9 F concept SUV, on Weibo, China's version of Twitter.
Peso vivo; Se pesaron todos los pollos en la manana al inicio (dia 28) y, cada semana (dia 34 y 42) en Exp.
The Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas business of Avnet Inc (NYSE: AVT), a distributor of electronic components, computer products and technology services and solutions, and National Semiconductor Corp (NYSE:NSM), a company creating analog devices and subsystems, have launched the EXP high-performance SerDes module for use with low-cost Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) applications.
based SunGard, Exp Macess enables organizations to capture information as it enters the workplace and electronically distribute it through user-defined workflows.
EXP 3200-1 and EXP 3300-1 are designed to impart a soft, velvety touch.
To quantify the kinetic rates of elongation loss due to aging, the following equation was used to describe the process: (1) E[degree]/E = exp ([bt.
com)-- eXp Realty is pleased to announce that Edward Hudson is heading up the expansion and growth of eXp Realty in the state of Michigan, with headquarters in Detroit.
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