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The expression(s) of a disease and its meaning(s) to the patient and significant others.
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The decline in FFO was due to significantly lower NOI at certain of our communities within the master planned community operating segment in 2008, as well as a provision for impairment of $40.
Senior Vice President & General Counsel at MRI Software, John Ensign, said : "We are happy to partner with a well-known and well-respected strategic consulting organization such as NOI Strategies.
Overall, the RGB reports units in buildings that did not have some commercial income, such as from a laundry room or retail store, had an average NOI of $216 per month, 19 percent lower than the norm.
Same Store NOI excluding lease terminations increased by 4.
com)-- NOI, the premier Canadian medical device company committed to providing multi-vendor laser solutions, today announced that laser industry veteran, Geoff Miller has acquired 50% ownership of NOI.
NOI = Net Operating Income for Garden Conventional Apartments
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 13, 2015-CohnReznick to Acquire NOI Strategies
The increase in NOI for 2010 to 2011 is a significant jump from the minimal 0.
00 per month after the employee's salary and expenses, the NOI ( owner to prove is $ 264,880.
Angelova, who is currently the deputy head of the Parliamentary Committee on Social Policy, and was the favorite of the Parliamentary Group of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria, GERB, party, has thanked the MPs for the trust and the nomination, saying she is withdrawing over the need to not weaken the work of the Social Policy Committee, and of good communication of the latter with the Finance Ministry and NOI.
The NOI had been founded in 1930 by a mysterious mixed-race man who disappeared in 1934 and was succeeded by Elijah Muhammad, nee Poole, a Georgia native who headquartered the small sect in Chicago.
The court noted that the plaintiffs' NOI failed to state a factual basis for the plaintiffs' claims.