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centaur

a mythological race of savage men who lived in Greece. They were depicted as men from the head to the loins and horses from there back. A common emblem for veterinary organizations.
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Centaur Asset Management Ltd is the 'boutique' asset management and investment advisory division of Centaur Holdings Ltd, providing investment solutions for individuals, advisors, fund sub-advisory clients and institutions.
It's interesting, because Chiron is a centaur -- part of that middle section of the solar system, between Jupiter and Pluto, where we originally weren't thinking things would be active, but it's turning out things are quite active," says Amanda Bosh, a lecturer in MIT's Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences.
Centaur started life as a tipping service with Sobey, 65, his wife Hazel, 60 - a former head of payroll for C&A - and fellow auditor Andrew Cork, 54, at the helm.
The findings come from the largest infrared survey to date of centaurs and their more distant cousins, called scattered disk objects.
Begbies Traynor anticipates all Centaur Global assets will be realised over the next 12 months.
A lifting crane on the deck of the hospital ship, Centaur
She was commissioned as Australia Hospital Ship Centaur in March 1943.
The new LCROSS images indicate that the crater forged by the Centaur impact is 28 meters wide.
The plasma concentration of iPTH can be measured by noncompetitive immunoassay on either the Roche Modular E170 or Advia Centaur analyzers.
New distributor Centaur gives Jason and deMarco wider visibility, hip remixes, and dance floor credibility.
Rawlins and Roberts (1) cited a single earlier ADVIA Centaur study (3), which they claim agrees with their results; however, the cited study actually evaluated the ADVIA Centaur TSH, a second-generation TSH assay that is different from the TSH-3.
Taming Liquid Hydrogen: The Centaur Upper Stage Rocket, 1958-2002 by Virginia P.