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so·lum

(sō'lŭm),
Bottom; the lowest part.
[L.]
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Solum has until June 31 to make the adjustments to its plans before going ahead, should it choose to do so.
Councillor Natalie Bramhall, for Redhill West, said: "Solum has secured planning permission but it is actively trying to sell it on to someone else with the planning permission, similarly to what happened with the Liquid and Envy site.
"I envisage that someone else will buy it like they did with the Liquid and Envy site and new planning permission will be put through once Solum has sold it on."
Along with Solum, the Davis Polk team included corporate partner Kirtee Kapoor and associates Bryan M.
Based in Menlo Park, Solum advises on public and private corporate finance transactions, including initial public offerings and convertible and other debt offerings, mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, SEC disclosure and corporate governance.
Solum's second chapter taps into the prevailing trends in gender history, and locates Lucrezia's agency, particularly as a Medici bride (she married Lorenzo 'il Magnifico' in 1444), within its historical context.
Solum demonstrates that this artefact was the catalyst for a persistent new style.
At the outset, I should say that Solum is the ideal scholar for the project of writing a new originalist manifesto.
In Part I, I evaluate the claim implicit in the title of Solum's opening chapter, "We Are All Originalists Now." In Part II, I explicate Solum's formulation of the new originalism by contrasting it with Keith Whittington's.
Contractor name : SOLUM REGENERATION LIMITED PARTNERSHIP