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(en-glōb'),
To take in by a spheroid body; said of the ingestion of bacteria and other foreign bodies by the phagocytes.
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It has paid pounds 7m, of which pounds 5.25m was in cash and pounds 1.75m in EnGlobe shares, with a further pounds 2m dependent on the future performance of the UK company.
Aline Belanger, interim president and chief executive of EnGlobe said, "We will now be better positioned, fromboth a geographic and technical perspective, to meet growing market demand across the UK where, for example, housing development is a national priority and much of the land available requires remediation."
EnGlobe will acquire the shares of privately held Celtic Technologies for a total price of pounds 7 million through a combination of pounds 5.25 million cash and EnGlobe shares worth pounds 1.75 million.
Ontario-based EnGlobe, which has operated in the UK since 1998 as Biogenie, has paid pounds 7m for Celtic in the form of pounds 5.25m in cash and pounds 1.75m in EnGlobe shares.
* Aline Belanger (Quebec Chapter) has been appointed CFO of EnGlobe Corp.
Carrefour par exemple, a meme lance son programme mondial "Act For Food" qui englobe la promotion du bio local, la suppression de substances controversees et l'utilisation de la blockchain au service de la tracabilite.
Le cahier de charges englobe toutes les catAaAaAeA@gories de vAaAaAeA@hicules.
Rahmouni qui appelle a l'occasion toute la presse tunisienne a plus de discretion a propos de toutes les operations anti-terroristes, nous a indique que l'operation pour les besoins de laquelle les forces de la police et celles de l'armee ont unit leurs forces, englobe en fait toutes les regions montagneuses du nord-ouest tunisien.
L'approche suivie dans le domaine migratoire englobe les divers aspects de la problematique, y compris les questions liees a l'asile et la traite des etres humains.