moulter


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Synonyms for moulter

an animal (especially birds and arthropods and reptiles) that periodically shed their outer layer (feathers or cuticle or skin or hair)

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Prior to operating his consulting firm, Moulter was chief operating officer of Mirror Image Internet, Inc.
Among 318 nonbreeding adults and yearlings and 71 breeding adult moulters captured in 1984-86, the only evidence of intermixing with other brant populations came from the capture of one foreign-banded individual (marked on Melville Island a decade earlier), of one unbanded B.
Successful e-businesses need to offer an effortless shopping experience for end users," said Larry Moulter, Chief Operating Officer of Mirror Image Internet.
Consumers become impatient with slow download times, in fact, industry research confirms that most may only wait 10 seconds before leaving a site," said Larry Moulter, Chief Operating Officer of Mirror Image Internet.
and other businesses online is the need for efficient and cost-effective content delivery," said Larry Moulter, Chief Operating Officer of Mirror Image Internet.
Consistently delivering high-quality content and graphics to global consumers is a primary concern for online vendors today," said Larry Moulter, Chief Operating Officer of Mirror Image Internet.
Phoenix Media's competitive edge depends on its ability to provide site visitors with access to the up-to-date information they need, without the hassle of adding infrastructure internally," said Larry Moulter, Chief Marketing Officer of Mirror Image Internet.
AMEX: XLA), today announced that Alexander Vik has been named Chief Executive Officer and Lawrence Moulter has been named Chief Operating Officer.
We are delighted to be working with musicmusicmusic to deliver higher quality, up-to-date audio entertainment," said Larry Moulter, Chief Marketing Officer, Mirror Image Internet.