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a unit of force equal to the force that imparts an acceleration of 1 cm/sec/sec to a mass of 1 gram

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With nearly 30 years experience, Dynes has established a decades-long track record as a financial leader in the software industry.
Judge Kinney earlier heard how officers had rammed the Citroen Xantia car being driven by Dynes on a country road outside Keady, Co Armagh, on April 22, 2011.
When applying the Dyne test fluid, if it remains as a film for three seconds, the substrate will have a minimum surface energy of that ink value, expressed in mN/m (Dynes).
During the hearing, Christopher's father James Duffy also claimed his son had told him his boss John Dynes had been acting "erratically".
A kit with 41 1-oz bottles of solutions to test dyne level, or surface wettability, of corona-treated films was introduced by Jemmco LLC in Mequon, Wis.
Dynes has conceded that the UC system could do a better job of explaining its pay practices to the public and has formed a task force to study the matter.
A converter using this product would first corona treat to 44 dynes, and then apply a thin layer of the chemical using gravure or flexo rolls.
color) University of California President Robert Dynes watches as Gov.
Marsha Dynes was our choice because she has knowledge and experience of how students learn music.
Dynes and his colleagues have "discovered an anomaly in the proximity effect that challenges our understanding of superconductivity," comments Robert J.
Dynes noted that UnitedHealth Group's contribution comes at a time of continued state budget constraints as well as growing enrollments in the UC system.
Shocked Sean Dynes said he could not stand the "horrendous" smell after nurses refused to move the corpse until the next morning.
If the Dyne test fluid remains as a film for three seconds, the substrate will have a minimum surface energy of that ink value, expressed in mN/m (Dynes).
Dynes has worked on occasion, during the mid-1980s to the early 2000s, for Hill, Goettler, DeLaporte Ltd.
2] (untreated) to 48, and LLDPE from 28-30 dynes to 50, which is high enough to promote good adhesion of interior foam.