nonus

nonus

(nō′nŭs) [L.]
1. Ninth.
2. An obsolete term for the hypoglossal nerve, once thought to be the ninth cranial nerve.
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They had the McCaws, the Carters, the Nonus and the Conrad Smiths to draw on, not to panic and to trust their processes, come from behind and not just win games, but win comfortably.
The nuclear deal says nonUS banks may resume trading with Iran, but because Washington retains sanctions against Iran that predate the nuclear crisis and were imposed over other issues such as human rights, bankers are uncertain of the legal basis for business and worry they could still be targeted by US officials.
There have been nine popes who carried that name: from Bonifatius Primus (Boniface I) to Bonifatius Nonus (Boniface IX), although the seventh one was antipope.
While our example uses a company with an atypically lengthy set of data (40 years), sufficient data is available for most publicly traded US and nonUS companies.
CIFU IX--Congressus Nonus Internationalis Fenno-Ugristarum I-VIII, Tartu 2000-2001
Part of the agreement is that some or all of the company's nonUS assets are sold.
Liber nonus ecclesiasticarum cantionum quinque vocum .
But last week the plans were scrapped, with both firms saying a nonUS global merger was "not achievable".
Dandolo, Chronicon, Liber Nonus, Capitulum Secundum, Pars VIII, RIS, vol.
Antistio consulibus nonus Tiberio annus erat compositae rei publicae .
The other, and perhaps more telling one is that equally capable hardware, and the source code for it, are readily available from nonUS sources.
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