Saxon


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Saxon, Saxony

popular strain of Australian merino fine or superfine woolled sheep.
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What makes Saxon Global unique is our ability to help clients meet their business challenges through these technologies and our expert solutions.
To this day, when I tell people how small Saxon was when he was born, I find it hard to believe, and I find myself cross-referencing with my photos.
Andreas Mockel depicts the sorry plight of the Saxons under Communist rule after the war and his father's efforts to keep faith and hope alive among dispirited parishioners.
Saxon and Schlumberger have already demonstrated the value inherent in close understanding and cooperation between drilling contractor and project manager that leads to enhanced operational performance.
A four-week independent assessment was carried out, concluding that Saxon could continue life as a working dog.
This is an important part of the residential mortgage business, and the addition of Saxon will further enhance our risk management of mortgage portfolios.
Excavations as recent as 1999 have uncovered what may have been the royal Saxon gravesites, but the exact resting place of the great king still remains unknown.
Kepley and Saxon have created transgenic mice that were made allergic to cats through binding of human allergic antibodies as well as mice that were immunized with cat protein and therefore became "naturally" allergic.
Saxon came to Edwards in January 1977 as a student at the Test Pilot School.
Petersburg Police Department awarded their bid for 45 ballistic shields to Saxon Security for the DeadStop shield .
CALGARY, Alberta, March 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Saxon Energy Services Inc.