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Hales

(hālz),
Stephen, English physiologist, 1677-1761. See: Hales piesimeter.
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Managers can take advantage of growth opportunities while shunning the risks of global acquisitions as illustrated in the Haler case by using a method that helps them identify the most attractive countries in which to invest, ending with a reshaped company that grows faster.
The aforementioned Haler Group is, in the meantime, building a $40 million factory in Camden, S.
I have not commented publicly thus far as, out of respect to Mrs Bewley, Mrs Haler, my parishioners and the Catholic Church, I did not want to enter into a public debate around what happened that evening.
There are Haler combination washer/dryers, individually-controlled air-conditioning units and building amenities that include a rooftop terrace, virtual doorman, video intercom, bike room and personal storage.
The second aler is the verb haler and is derived from Old Norse.
Likely suitors: Asian companies like Haler and LG, European powers AB Electrolux and BSH or the ubiquitous private-equity players.
Threads, a fiber show held in conjunction with the international Convergence fiber art conference in Tampa, features the work of artists Alice Schlein, Monika Auch, Monica Naugle, Jan-Ru Wan and Ringling instructors Sheryl Haler and Dee Hood, June 20 through July 25.
Now we're having as much success in traditional outlets as non-traditional," said Reed Haler, O'Mara's brand manager.
9) For a discussion of the relationship between money and prices, see Haler and Wheelock (2001) and Meltzer (2001).
ML LABORATORIES has signed a deal with an undisclosed Japanese pharmaceutical company for marketing rights to its budesonide click haler to treat asthma.
Also, while having an employee dedicated to maintenance procedures can result in a more efficient haler operation, often a maintenance supervisor can be stretched too thin, spending more time ensuring that trucks are repaired rather than attending to the baler.
Transition panel chair Larry Haler, councilmember from Richland, Wash.