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Synonyms for helix

Synonyms for helix

a curve that lies on the surface of a cylinder or cone and cuts the element at a constant angle

a structure consisting of something wound in a continuous series of loops

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Established in 1984, Helix Medical has medical manufacturing operations in California, Indiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Costa Rica, Germany, Ireland, and China.
The new Helix Producer with IP ingest is a win for us and a win for our customers - helping save both time and money," said Edgar Ceron, CEO of XSN Group, a leading provider of digital media solutions for Latin America and a reseller partner for RealNetworks Helix Media Delivery Platform.
With a highly experienced management team of professionals and state of the art technology, we believe that Helix Wind, Inc.
With grower satisfaction strong and an increase in Helix XTra use in the 2005 crop year, without a doubt, the communications campaign was an outstanding success.
Vice President Forrest Redman said the company was playing by the ``rule book'' when it hired Helix.
Data is supplemented with details on Helix Energy Solutions Group Inc history, key executives, business description, locations and subsidiaries as well as a list of products and services and the latest available statement from Helix Energy Solutions Group Inc
We look forward to bringing Helix Swarm to the Korean market and expanding Perforce's presence in the region," said Sanghoon Han, CEO and founder at MOUSoft Inc.
John Vanhoucke, CEO at Streamovations also commented, "Streamovations is pleased about the plans to launch the co-developed Helix Multi-Track solution from RealNetworks.
Each turn of a beta helix consists of three beta segments, with 22 amino acids per turn, so the structure is about five times as wide as an alpha helix.
The last thing any of us needed in our lives was another cable," says Helix co-founder Blake Frazier, "Helix is the solution that makes it easy to grab your charger and go.
At a typical rotor wing helix angle of 30-33 [degrees], approximately 85% of the material accumulated in front of the rotor wing is forced through the rotor wing tip/housing clearance.
Physicists in Italy and the United States have demonstrated that the best strategy for packing a string into the least space is to coil it into a helix.
the leader in wireless digital signage solutions, today announced they have deployed a wireless digital signage network in the Double Helix Wine Bar.
Earning support from backers in more than 136 countries since launching on July 20, Helix has handily surpassed its funding goal of $100,000, meaning the Helix Cuff dream will now come true.
The attraction between bases on opposite strands and the bonds between the nucleotides that make up each strand confer a certain rigidity on DNA's double helix.