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  • n. A manufacturing plant large enough to produce market development quantities, but smaller than a full scale commercial plant.

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Examples

  • - (Business Wire) FRX Polymers, Inc. (FRX), the manufacturer of an entirely new family of inherently flame retardant polymers and oligomers, has recently expanded its staff to include a Vice President of Manufacturing and Process Technology - to lead the operation of a new monomer pilot plant in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, the development of a large scale monomer facility in Asia and the construction, start-up and operation of a semi-works polymer plant in Domat/EMS, Switzerland.

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  • FRX will be starting up a semi-works polymer plant later this year in Domat/EMS Switzerland.

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  • FRX will also be starting up a semi-works polymer plant later this year in Domat/Ems Switzerland.

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  • "That would be a semi-works effort with the same diesel engine and it's going to be the same (as 2009) again."

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  • Sven Quandt's semi-works BMW X-Raid had committed a massive effort to challenge for victory, and the team's BMW X3 CC proved to be a fast competitor if not as robust as the Race Touareg.

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  • The British company was the first to unveil its new electric hybrid system, inking a partnership with Utah-based Corsa Motorsports as its semi-works team for the 2009 ALMS season.

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  • ZeaChem Inc. has begun construction of its semi-works scale facility.

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  • Ok, it semi-works to say that a governor of, say, Texas or California has some international relations experience because of the very real relations that the governments of those states have with the governments of those countries.

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  • It semi-works in Europe; people will pay lip service to racial equality, but in practice don’t lift a finger, and in fact detest other Europeans, never mind other people of other races.

    Obama and Karzai: a foreign policy of schoolyard taunts

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