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"We made the movie with a big heart, for both John and Borg, as a tribute.
Joseph Borg pleaded guilty to sending a message that was grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character
But, more than three and a half decades on from his visit to the region, Borg is remembered as one of the greatest tennis players of all time.
The group owns the BjA[pilcrow sign]rn Borg trademark and its core business is underwear and sportswear.
Tristan de Boysson, Managing Director, Investcorp Corporate Investment - MENA said, "Al Borg benefits from the positive healthcare dynamics in the region.
Defence solicitor Mark Harrison said Borg was not the person driving the Jetta and therefore denied all the allegations.
Borg pleaded not guilty to one count of dangerous driving and one count each of driving with excess alcohol and without insurance during a hearing at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court.
Borg was the youngest of four children, born March 11,1942, in Minnesota and raised in a traditional Lutheran family He attended Concordia College in Minnesota where he majored in philosophy and political science.
But was no suggestion his stance on being denied the top spot was a slight against five-time Wimbledon champion Borg as he said: "Bjorn Borg is a cool person and a living legend."
Speaking after the meeting, Borg said that there was no viable public health system in Europe without reform and that the crisis had only accelerated the introduction of necessary changes in Cyprus.
Star Trek: First Contact invites us to imagine just such a future, and it does so in the context of a nail-biting action story pitting the "next generation" crew of the Federation ship Enterprise against mankind's most frightening foes of their fictional universe: the collectivist Borg, who rasp, through cybernetic implants, "Resistance is futile."
Borg opens with a survey chapter that serves as an expert introduction to the varied positions within the debate.