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a gold coin of the Byzantine Empire

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Solidus Solutions and Van Vliet Contrans will continue to optimise the process of making board out of tomato plants.
Experimental evaluation at temperatures close to the solidus temperature is difficult and hence "an educated guess frequently replaces experimental proof" [11].
Tai solidus (191 p.), gausus iliustraciju (145 pav.), bet neperkrautas jomis mokomosios metodines literaturos, kartu neabejotinai idomus ir vertingas menotyros darbas.
Its name originates from the Latin word solidus which refers to its well known healing properties.
Virulence of the cestode Schistocephalus solidus and reproduction in infected threespine stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus.
Philippe von Stauffenberg, founder and managing partner of UK private equity group Solidus Partners, represents a group of private and institutional investors that backs the management team of DSD on the transaction, DSD said in a statement on Thursday.
Jeff Grant tells about a word among coins: "I was having a conversation with an old numismatist friend, Professor Dupondius, who collects Roman coins, such as the aureus, sestertius, solidus and antoninianus (double denarius).
310 TO offset the falling value of the denarius, Roman emperor Constantine ordered the minting of a new coin, the solidus, with one pound of solid gold to yield 72 solidi.
Reflow solder profiles typical of those shown in FIGURE 1 should ideally be a linear ramp at 1 or 2[degrees]C per sec., up to 20[degrees] to 30[degrees]C above solidus temperature.
AN extremely rare Solidus gold coin from 9th Century Britain was recently sold at auction.
The Anglo-Frisian Solidus coin, described as "extremely rare" by auctioneers Spink, was discovered by a woman in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
Realising this, my gambling-mad brother introduced me to a little gem of a book called The Solidus, which he claimed had served him well and was to become my best friend for the next three months.