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an orderly columnar display of data

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An advantage that Elemica brings to the table, said Campbell, is its ability to use its "chemical history", to act as a "translator" to clarify messages between buyers and sellers.
"What Bowker brings to the table with Spanishbooksinprint.com is its 130 years of experience and expertise as the world's foremost provider of global English language bibliographic data," said Cairns.
"Harry Holland brings to the table tremendous expertise which provides Palmer with an expanded market and an extended product line for our combined firm.
Formerly CFO, Camilleri brings to the table nearly 25 years of experience at Philip Morris, including stints in both domestic and international divisions.
The intensification of competition and the openness to trade in goods and services that the United States brings to the table are far more effective at keeping inflation in check or recession at bay than current tools being used--interest rates and tight money.
Wright, indeed, speaks from within the living tradition of the church, but also brings to the table significant subtlety and analytical ability as an established scholar representing the "third quest" for the historical Jesus.
What Kellogg brings to the table is the ability to take soy mainstream, helping consumers get great-tasting soy-based foods from cereal to meat alternatives," he said.