micrologic

micrologic

(ˌmaɪkrəˈlɒdʒɪk) or

micrological

adj
(General Physics) a rare word for microscopic3
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He served as vice president of Micrologic, where he successfully grew the online sales by double digits in just a few short years.
The grant will be utilised for developing a prototype of the test, named Micrologic.
(OTC: FXIT) said it has signed an evaluation agreement with Micrologic Design Automation, Inc.
We extent the theory of formalization initially presented by Georg Simmel in 1908 by enriching it with a micrologic that allows us to formulate expectations about when we should observe the occurrence of formalization but also informalization.
WESTBORO - Attorney General Martha Coakley's office has cited MicroLogic Inc., a company formerly located in Westboro, for violating the state's wage and hour laws and failing to pay employees in a timely manner.
and the leader in transport refrigeration wireless monitoring and control systems, announced it has acquired the assets of MicroLogic, a provider of products designed to help construction and equipment rental businesses monitor and track a wide range of high value fleet assets, such as heavy equipment and service and delivery vehicles.
The process control system utilizes a MicroLogic processor for control function timing and sequencing.
MicroLogic's Info Select PIM has been helping users manage their information since 1986.
Frost & Sullivan forecasts global shipments of Bluetooth-enabled products to reach over 11 million units in 2001, equaling $2.5 billion in revenues, while Micrologic Research is more conservative with its estimation that the market will reach five million devices in 2001 and 1.2 billion in 2005.