American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The symbol for the element xenon.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A chemical symbol of xenon: less commonly used than X.
- n. chemistry Symbol for xenon.
- n. a colorless odorless inert gaseous element occurring in the earth's atmosphere in trace amounts
“A lawyer for the company, which now operates under the name Xe Services, denied the fraud accusations and said the firm's employees had always strived to be scrupulous in its accounting.”
“Although Prince is no longer affiliated with the prívate military contractor, which now goes by the name Xe Services, he's launching a new first-person shooter game called Blackwater this fall.”
“News organizations are also now reporting that Davis worked for Blackwater, the controversial military contractor that now goes by the name Xe Services.”
“Blackwater now operates under the name Xe Services.”
“January 12th, 2010 at 5: 41 pm tombaker says: what will BofA and Chase do when they have armed rednecks lurking outside their offices? call in Xe?”
“Hmmm, that sounds either like total B.S. or else Xe is really desperate nowadays!”
“I do not see any difference in Xe (blackwater) and the terriost.”
“They're switching over to the name Xe (like in the words xenophobia or xenobiotic, which fittingly refers to a chemical substance that is foreign and usually harmful to living organisms).”
“Today, the controversial contracting powerhouse that now goes by the name Xe, is up for sale.”
“Blackwater will now operate under the name Xe, pronounced like the letter "z.”
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