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Synonyms for symbiosis

the relation between two different species of organisms that are interdependent

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The technologies which are being offered by Symbiot will be combined with the buyera[euro](tm)s Chaos Engine to take non-equilibrium risk models onto mobile computing devices.
89) Paco X Nathan & Mike W Erwin, White Paper, 78766-9646, "On the Rules of Engagement for Information Warfare" (4 March 2004), online : Symbiot <http://www.
The Biomek FX Plate Replication System from Beckman Coulter is also a high-throughput instrument but, unlike the MagNA Pure LC and the SymBiot I, only performs DNA purification.
The relationship of the oil companies and the government is a symbiot one.
CHAOTIC MOON BUYS RISK METRICS FIRM SYMBIOT SECURITY
See Majuca & Kesan, supra note 24, at 5-6 (citing a survey indicating that a number of Fortune 500 companies had installed counterattack-capable software as of the late 1990s); see also Jensen, supra note 19, at 230 (referencing ForeScout's "ActiveResponse" technology that the company claims to be capable of "repelling" and blocking attackers); Press Release, Symbiot Security, Symbiot Security Announces World's First Solution to Strike Back Against Network-Based Attackers (Mar.
The Proteomics Solution 1 System includes the SymBiot I Sample Preparation Workstation and the Voyager-DE PRO Biospectrometry Workstation, a MALDI-TOF benchtop spectrometer.