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Sa·lus

(sah'lūs),
Robert, Bohemian ophthalmologist, *1877. See: Koerber-Salus-Elschnig syndrome.
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Major organization : SALUS GGMBH, FACHKLINIKUM BERNBURG
This latest financing represents an important next step for Sequana Medical and we thank both our current investors as well as new participants, Salus Partners and Quest for Growth, for their endorsement of the Company's potential," said Noel L.
Salus Capital is a direct originator of secured asset-based loans to the middle market across a variety of industries with additional complementary financing throughout the capital structure.
Salus products are manufactured to ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 13488 and QS 9000 -- thereby meeting or exceeding relevant UK and European standards.
Salus House also has a training centre for use by client companies.
The land was given to Salus by the former regional municipality of Ottawa-Carleton.
The Netherlands; and "New acrylic polyols for high performance polyurethane systems," Christophe Salus, Lyondell France.
M Health has teamed up with Salus to give away 100 bottles of Floradix liquid iron supplement, worth pounds 7.
Berkeley Heights, NJ) announced that the company has entered into an agreement to acquire Salus Therapeutics, Inc.
UK-based software security provider Indicii Salus has announced that it has joined the eSecurity for Britain online security awareness campaign.
The author clearly misunderstands extra ecclesiam nulla salus (outside the Church no salvation), blurs the distinction between nature and grace, and gives hints of pantheism, and his rhetoric betrays a false dichotomy between conscience and authority.
Such was the fate of Freedom, painted in the 1870s, which was acquired by Emile Salus, a Czechoslovakian Jew, who had sold a cutlery factory in Prague.