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(computer science) an electronic device that converts information in memory to video output to a display

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Feng said, "The launch of X6 brings a new stage for Vivo to achieve the goal.
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Investors in Vivo VIII include pension funds, financial institutions, endowments, foundations, family offices, and fund of funds.
At Vivo Energy Namibia, we are committed to achieving and maintaining the highest international Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) standards.
Cheaper Vivo packages for Internet-focused customers
Anita Onal, sales adviser at Vivo, said: "Vivo has become a big draw for people wanting a modern home in a stunning location and visitors to our show homes are bowled over by what we have created here.
MC) aims to buy the free-floating shares in Vivo on the Brazil bourse, but it will first have to seek legal arbitration to dissolve Brasilcel, the company through which it and PT (PTC.
To determine whether saliva collection accurately approximates the amount of VEEV transmitted during a mosquito bloodmeal, we quantified virus from saliva collected in vitro and virus deposited at sites of in vivo blood feeding.
We started from the premise that following transcriptional responses in vivo is often marred by high variability.
The main VIVO service enabled by CDMA2000 1X technology is VIVO Zap, Internet access via cellular phones, PDAs and laptops via PCMCIA cards.
Ex vivo IL-10 gene therapy, pioneered by one of AMT's founders Prof.
The growth of the Vivo symbol group is set to accelerate after the formation of a joint venture covering the island of Ireland.
However, they are subject to some in vivo degradation mechanisms.
We've thought all along that in vivo and in vitro drug resistance were pretty much the same," says Beverly Teicher of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.