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suber

(ˈsjuːbə)
n
1. (Plants) another name for cork oak
2. (Botany) the thick light porous outer bark of the cork oak, used widely as an insulator and for stoppers for bottles, casks, etc; cork
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Danganan's appointment follows the recent senior level appointments at Credible, including Ron Suber as chairman, Chris Bishko as chief financial officer and Alan Gellman as chief marketing officer.
Once again the game was locked at 1-1, Gareth Edwards having put BC in front, with Suber Essa getting the Riverside equaliser.
Vinventions and Cork Supply Group introduced the new Suber closure, which the companies developed together and describe as a "next-generation wine bottle closure made of natural cork and biodegradable materials.
The DGA has historically been the most accommodating of the three guilds, which is why the companies like to deal with it first," says Howard Suber, professor emeritus at the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television, and a longtime observer of Hollywood labor.
Signing the memorandum for the United States were Jim Mulhern, president and CEO of the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF), and Tom Suber, president of the U.
com also announced the launch of the Arabic translation of the key book on open access, written by Peter Suber, director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication.
Como se habia mencionado en la editorial anterior (Lopez-Lopez, 2015), el libro de Suber (2015) es una contribucion significativa para aclarar los limites y alcances del acceso abierto (OA) y permite decantar confusiones e impresiones que prevalecen en nuestras comunidades que no estan preparadas para los cambios tan acelerados que las nuevas dinamicas de produccion y comunicacion academica estan generando (Gallegos, Berra, Benito, & Lopez-Lopez, 2014).
The aim of this research project is to study corticolous lichen flora on Quercus suber in the wetlands of El Kala National Park.
Cork is a buoyant material made from the bark of a tree, the Quercus suber (the Cork Oak), which is native to southwest Europe and northwest Africa.
companies from using several common cheese names on products headed across our northern border," said USDEC President Tom Suber "And now it is clear that the same FTA would reserve 800 tons of an already low quota for cheese imports for the EU.
The institution has lost 230 students and nearly $4 million in university income over the past two years due to PPL aid denials, notes Suber.