Stock, Wolfgang

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Wolfgang, German ophthalmologist, 1874-1956.
Spielmeyer-Stock disease - see under Spielmeyer
Stock eye trephine
Stock operation
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The government under the recommendation of the minister of finance has asked the [Capital Markets Authority (CMA)] to prepare the first step changing it into a joint stock operation, which we are in the process of finalizing and then it will be up to the government to see how they're going to do that privatization.
In any barrel through head stock operation, particularly in crowning, the work piece must be centered in both spindle and lathe chuck.
The company became a public joint stock operation where the main shareholders are Prince Faisal bin Abdulaziz bin Faisal Al Saud (15 per cent), Abdul Latif Al Isa Holding Group (15.
In 2007, the company converted itself into a public joint stock operation.
A new parent stock operation is to be launched by Faisal Feeds, a fast-growing, independent feed and broiler farm operation in the Multan district of Pakistan.
These include Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri, the Lucas Cattle Company, a breeding stock operation on 14,000 acres in Cross Timbers, Missouri and Lucas Oil I-10 Speedway in Southern California.
A rapidly growing, independent feed and broiler farm operation in the Multan district of Pakistan, Faisal Feeds, will launch a new parent stock operation.
6 Opportunities and Risks in Mobile Stock Operation of China Unicom
Cherry Valley Farms which is possessed by Bangkok Ranch Group will focus on its international duck genetics and breeding stock operation following completion of the sale.
Both companies also agreed to continue the supply of aluminum ingot to the Japan can stock operation for a certain period of time.
The company specializes in the research, development and manufacture of computer hardware and software, Internet equipment and multimedia products that are broadly applicable to the fields of finance, education, stock operation and telecommunications.
Lock Stock operations manager Stuart Bowker said: "We like to grow the business organically, responding to a local need and demand, identifying a suitable site and then preparing it so that it is neat and tidy and well laid out in time for the opening.