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inorganic

 [in″or-gan´ik]
1. having no organs.
2. not of organic origin.
3. in chemistry, said of substances not derived from hydrocarbons.

in·or·gan·ic

(in'ōr-gan'ik),
1. Not organic; not formed by living organisms.
2.
3. Not containing carbon.

in·or·gan·ic

(in'ōr-gan'ik)
1. Not organic; not formed by living organisms.
3. Not containing carbon.

inorganic

Of chemical compounds, not having the structure of, or derived from, compounds found in living organisms. Not containing carbon.

in·or·gan·ic

(in'ōr-gan'ik)
1. Not organic; not formed by living organisms.
3. Not containing carbon.
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Inorganically produced magnetite occurs naturally in a wide range of geological environments on Earth.
We have all the optionality in our hands to grow, organically and inorganically."
Brice Koch said: In 2014, we continued to deliver a strong operational performance with profitable growth, both organically and inorganically. With the successful acquisition of Metco and the announced sale of the Advanced Technologies Segment, we further focused our portfolio.
The gains have been made through aACAyorganic means by acquiring new projects and inorganically through strategic tie ups with interiors firms like Clifton' on tower projects in Business Bay, the company said in a statement.
Chris Fry, office senior partner of KPMG in Liverpool, added: "With the economy having turned a corner and growth issues now leading the boardroom agenda, many of our clients are now approaching us for advice on how they can take their business to the next level, be it organically or inorganically. Mark's knowledge of the Merseyside marketplace meant that he was the obvious choice to head up our new M&A team."
Another credit concern is the bank's aggressive growth, in recent years, both organically and inorganically.
It was extremely important for us to raise these funds in order to facilitate the continuing growth of the business, both organically and inorganically."
The possible strategies involve an outright takeover or acquiring a part of a major player's business, the sources say.Aramco presentations at the Middle East Petrotech conference in Bahrain clearly flagged the strategy."We are looking to grow inorganically as well as organically and we are exploring attractive opportunities to enter into alliances or acquisitions wherever such opportunities exist," said Warren Wilder, Aramco vice president of chemicals, at the conference.The list of targets is not particularly long, given that some of the industry's biggest players, like ExxonMobil and Sinopec, are not expected to be sellers.
Salim Al Siyabi, Chairman, Falcon Tourism, explains how in-depth studies were conducted about different types of the geological formations in Thailand, South Africa and Oman, before finalising the design, which itself was done very inorganically. "In order to give the restaurant the look and feel of an actual cave, experienced engineers explored the cave formations
The RO7mn restaurant complex, is all set to open by June 2, 2014 and formations in Thailand, South Africa and Oman, before finalising the design, which itself was done very inorganically. "In order to give the restaurant the look and feel of an actual cave, experienced engineers explored the cave formations in different parts of the world, including the popular Al Hoota Caves in the Sultanate.
"We look forward to opportunities for us, to expand both organically and inorganically," Valdepenas added.
Cotton that is grown inorganically accounts for 10% of global pesticide use and 22% of insecticide use, polluting water resources and oil, and killing wildlife.