(ă-sen'sŭs), The plural of this word is ascensus, not ascensi.
A moving upward; having an abnormally high position.
[L. ascent]
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3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Genstar Capital, a San Francisco-based middle-market private equity firm, and Aquiline Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm investing in financial services, today announced the completion of the previously announced acquisition of Ascensus, Inc.
Steve Christensen, an executive vice president at the investment service provider Ascensus (pictured), said even though HSAs can provide a tremendous opportunity to pump up member investment activity, credit unions often mistakenly avoid them for six reasons.
He was involved in the JC Flowers' sale of Ascensus, a retirement plan provider, when he left the firm abruptly.
Indeed, some of his modern readers who most strongly argue for the indebtedness of his trinitarianism to Neoplatonism point precisely to the ascensus of De Trinitate.
Hirnantian mudstones are abruptly but conformably overlain by anoxic black shales with abundant graptolites of the basal Silurian Akidograptus ascensus Biozone (Storch 2006).
The acquisition did not include Crump's retirement-services business Ascensus.
a) Two boys (normal at birth, but ascensus testis before 3 months) and 158 boys (seen at birth but not at 3 months) are not included.
Huic legi ascensus opponitur, pro dolor, lex descensus, adeo ut loqui fas sit de communione peccati, ob quam anima, quae peccando se submittit.
The Brunian doctrine of universals is made to cover every level of the schala naturae, in the dialectic between ascensus & descensus, reawakening the imaginative faculty with which the "figures of the individuals in the species" (85) bring back the present experience to the species and genus.
For example, Ascensus has its AgencyWorks subsidiary and an alliance with eSuranceGroup.
The technique of combining different traditions, characteristic not only of Der meide kranz is demonstrated by the way the motif of allegorical journeys is used: by inserting a terrestrial journey, influenced probably by the Architrenius of John of Hauville, into an allegory which otherwise follows mainly the Anticlaudianus tradition of celestial journeys, `Mugeln undermines the idea that the liberal arts can contribute to, or participate in, any ascensus mentis ad Deum' (p.
have provided an enhanced workflow link between Salt Lake City-based Ascensus Insurance Services and CNA Life.