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J. Hartsuiker I. Anton-Mendez M. Zee Particlevan (2001) ArticleTitleObject attraction in-subject agreement construction Journal of Memory and Language 45 546-572 Occurrence Handle10.1006/jmla.2000.2787 JOSE SAN, Calif. and SHANGHAI, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Serial Microelectronics (HK) Ltd (« SMHK ») today announced that they have entered into a distribution agreement with Maxim Integrated Products , Inc. (NASDAQ: MXIM) for the distribution of all Maxim Integrated products in China and Hong Kong. The agreement enters into force immediately. This message will appear when the serial number of the program you want to activate has been temporarily blocked.
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Fayol P. Largy P. Lemaire (1994) ArticleTitleCognitive load overload and orthonal errors: When cognitive overload improves the error of the subject`s agreement. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 47A IssueID (2,437-464 About Serial Microelectronics (HK) Ltd Founded in 2001, Serial Microelectronics (HK) Ltd (« SMHK ») is one of the leading licensed distributors of electronic components in the Asia-Pacific region. In 2017, SMHK exceeded the $1 billion revenue threshold. SMHK creates a holistic supply chain with our suppliers and manufacturers, becoming a seamless expansion of its business, enabling SMHK to align with the objectives of its customers and suppliers, better understand their needs in order to reduce response and working time, and improve inventory management. In keeping with its engineering and supply chain requirements, SMHK has become an integral part of success. SMHK has a customer base of more than 2,000, which extends to a variety of industries such as industry, consumer electronics, automotive, telecommunications and appliances, etc. For more information, see www.serialsystem.com. This serial number cannot be activated automatically.