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veer

(vēr) [Fr. virer, to turn]
In neurology, to exhibit ataxia.
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The driver sped the car, but Om Veer managed to grab the front door and he was dragged for metres before he fell down By Chayyanika Nigam in New Delhi
Currently, Van der Veer is inter alia the chair of the supervisory boards of ING Bank NV and Royal Philips Electronics and member of the supervisory board of Boskalis Westminster Groep NV.
Last year Veer debuted a Facebook page to solicit consumers' opinions.
Yet an investment in renewables is essential from a long term energy security perspective, argues van der Veer.
While conceding that wind and solar are even cleaner sources of energy, van der Veer pointed out that these alternative energies are not yet cost effective and still require high levels of subsidies.
Veer possesses more than 10 years of experience in corporate finance and financial systems management in the telecom industry.
Complications ensue when Veer falls in love with Yashodhara (Zarine), Madhavgarh's daughter during one of his 'help the poor and rob the rich' schemes.
In the first section of Ler Vygotsky, Van der Veer outlines Vygotsky's life, paying particular attention to the political turmoil that surrounded it.
Royal Dutch Shell CEO Jeroen van der Veer told Reuters in an interview the company would discuss more projects with Russian state-controlled Gazprom after launching the $22 billion Sakhalin-2 liquefied natural gas project.
Mr Voser, who is the group's chief financial officer, will take up the position when current incumbent Jeroen van der Veer retires at the end of June.
Speaking in Brussels, Shell CEO Jeroen van der Veer was particularly vehement that EU policy makers promote the rapid development of techniques to store CO2 underground [CCS or carbon capture and storage].