CLB


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CLB

Abbreviation for Cyanobacteria-like, Coccidia-like or Cryptosporidium-like organisms that have now been identified as coccidia in the genus Cyclospora (C. cayetanensis).
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Accordingly, the Board of Directors of the company recommended the change of guard at the MIL to the CLB.
Current CLB titles include ""Advanced Manufacturing," "Energy Management," "Canadian Lawyer," "Canadian Security" and "Canadian Auto Dealer," among others.
After data collection, the results of the CLB are correlated with the results of the autoganzfeld to see if a relationship between ESP and cerebral hemisphere dominance, as measured by the CLB, exists.
The structural analog used to analyze a multiple number of webs in a row (j) braced with one CLB is depicted in Figure 1.
We're not afraid of any regulatory changes, which is good security," said Bill Woodyard IV, the former commissioner's son who went to work for CLB five years ago and is now its chief operating and financial officer.
The event is designed to expand awareness about the comprehensive, integrated range of programs and services including low vision care and rehabilitation, job development training, and employment offered through CLB to people of all ages who are visually impaired or blind, enabling them to maintain independent lives.
The 58- year- old Vasudevan had joined the CLB three months ago and was the acting chairman when he was nabbed by the CBI on Tuesday.
The Law Board also ruled that without the prior approval of the CLB, no government agency should initiate any punitive action against these nominee directors.
CLB employs approximately 200 full and part-time employees.
The new management, which is required to infuse up to Rs 55 crore as liquidity support according to the CLB order, said it had already made available about Rs 50 crore to the company to begin the operations.
For this purpose, the CLB also permitted the board to increase the authorised share capital and issue preferential shares.