seco


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seco

(ˈsɛkəʊ)
adj
(of wine) dry
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1830 is called the "gran seco," or the great drought.
"The decision to join this project must be made by the private sector in Switzerland," SECO said.
SECO partnered with shareholder FII Tech Growth fund backed by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti in the acquisition.
The acquisition of OSK will particularly strengthen Seco Tools' position and product offering to the fast growing Chinese electronics industry.
The Arroyo Seco AVA is an up-and-coming region for wines of distinction.
Head of Economic Cooperation and Development at SECO Raymund Furrer said that female labour force participation in MENA remains lower than anywhere else in the world.
* Consecucion del peso seco establecido: Se realizo bioimpedancia al comienzo de la terapia y a los 3 meses aprox.