spinar

spinar

(ˈspɪnɑː)
n
(Astronomy) astronomy a fast-spinning star or celestial mass
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Top on the list are Karube Aloma, Moshood Omititi, Seyi Colorado, Queen Lizzy Adewura, Orji Spinar, Aminat Tijani among others.
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To illustrate the wide range of innovations this approach generates, the winner in our last challenge was the company LiquidPiston, which submitted an idea for a high-efficiency rotary engine; another previous winner was Spinar, a virtual reality company whose work is highly relevant to our autonomous helicopter development.
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Ramboll, Babcock Marine & Technology, Network Rail, CH2M Hill, Aquaterra Energy, Safran Power, Royal Navy, Spinar and Cape are just some of the well known names that are offering a wide range of exciting opportunities and roles suitable for professionals at all stages in their careers.
Spinar et al., "MeshMAC: enabling Mesh Networking over IEEE 802.15.4 through distributed beacon scheduling," in Proceedings of the the 1st International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks (AdHocNets '09), Niagara Falls, Canada, September 2009.