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(pōr'gez),
Otto, Austrian bacteriologist, 1879-1968. See: Porges method, Porges-Meier test.
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Stephen Thompson of Harllee, Porges, Hamlin, Knowles, Bald & Prouty has been named chair of the Gulf Coast Builders Exchange.
His legacy demonstrates that a commitment to earning returns on our shareholders' investments improves the wealth of the shareholders, our employees and the entire region," said David Porges, chairman, president and chief executive officer of EQT.
Stephen Porges, author of The Polyvagal Theory, will be keynote speaker.
Investors will like today's announcement but I don't think it will stave off Icahn completely," said Geoffrey Porges, an analyst for Sanford Bernstein.
Based on the results from our model, we were able to demonstrate the efficacy of Cree LED fixtures, which use 31 percent less energy than traditional fluorescent lighting, for the Camp Pendleton installation," said William Porges, president of Accelerated Electric, Inc.
These new cases are likely to alarm physicians whose comfort with the product had been increasing in recent months, and should catalyze academic and regulatory discussions about more active risk mitigation strategies," said Geoff Porges, a New York analyst with Sanford C.
PITTSBURGH -- EQT Corporation's (NYSE: EQT) chairman, president and CEO, David Porges, is scheduled to present at Barclays Capital CEO Energy/Power Conference on Tuesday, September 6, 2011.
Sanford Bernstein analyst Geoffrey Porges said that while he expected positive data from the study, the results should come as a relief to investors.
Santos' lawyer, Kelli Porges, seeking to suppress Mr.
Based on the 75% premium paid in that transaction, Icahn's involvement might spur an offer as high as $85 to $100 a share for Biogen, said analyst Geoffrey Porges of Sanford Bernstein & Co.