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infra-

 
word element [L.], beneath.
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infra-

(in'fră),
A position below the part denoted by the word to which it is joined.
[L. below]
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infra-

prefix, Latin, below, under
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infra-

Prefix denoting a position below the part denoted by the word to which it is joined.
[L. below]
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infra-

Prefix denoting below, beneath, INFERIOR to.
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infra-

prefix denoting beneath.
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See, e.g., Rappaport, infra note 187, at 1550-52 (discussing British parliamentary practice and the 1780 Massachusetts Constitution).
Following the launch, KR Infra will now be the sole distributor for Ingersoll Rand Compressed Air in Oman.
Speaking on the launch of KEF Infra One, Faizal E Kottikollon said: "Today, India is at the cusp of growth led by innovation.
It is worth mentioning that INFRA OMAN is the first and only exhibition in the Sultanate to be BPA audited.
The investment portfolio of DG Infra currently involvesA 20 participationsA representing an investment volume of about EUR 220 millionA and located in Belgium, the Netherlands and France.A
Sources said this could translate to ` 2,800 crore though Reliance Infra did not specify the amount.
He demanded the local government to name the companies that executed the infra structure's projects.
? Richard Mosse: Infra is at the Open Eye Gallery on Mann Island, from today until June 10, and entrance is free.
Volvo Car Corporation, a Sweden-based automaker, has collaborated with Ericsson, Goteborg Energi, and the Viktoria Institute to launch its Electric Vehicle Intelligent Infra Structure.
However, INFRA's decision to enter new markets could have an impact on its profitability.
India-based Axis Bank (AXISBANK.NA) has announced that it has launched the Axis INFRA INDEX (AII).
The companies and consortia now in the race for the Rs120 billion (Dh9.6 billion) project include Transstroy-OJSC Transstroy (Russia)-CR18G (China)-BEML consortium; Reliance Infra-Reliance Infocomm consortium of Anil Ambani, Lanco Infra-OHL Concesiones (Spain) consortium; Essar-Leighton (Australia)-Gayatri-VNR consortium; GMR Infra; GVK-Samsung (South Korea) consortium; Soma-Strabag AG (Austria) consortium and Larsen & Toubro.