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talisman

A token, charm or amulet that is believed by the wearer to have special power to ward off evil or avert danger.
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Commenting on the Project FIA, Talisman Managing Director Dan Madden said: 'There have been numerous recent examples in Australia of exciting new gold discoveries being made by using modern exploration techniques to target depth extensions in known goldfields.
'Analyzing the latest data on the use of MiG-29 fighters by the Syrian Air Force, experts were able to establish that the Belarusian Talisman airborne defense systems were installed on these aircraft, which are, in fact, a powerful electronic warfare system,' the publication said.
With a special focus on personal well-being, the TALISMAN offers a spacious cabin with perforated, quilted leather seats that contain the class's most comprehensive list of functions (air conditioning, massage function, heating, ventilation) in the front and a boot of a capacity of 608dm3 (VDA) combined with a sleek exterior profile.
With the latest in technology providing both performance and efficiency, Talisman's Energy TCe 190 engine is equally effective for driving enjoyment and fuel economy.
A talisman is often used in exorcism to deter bad dreams.
As part of the arrangement, Talisman will provide curriculum development, an online learning platform and academic support for the 12 week Nursing Pre-Placement Course.
Charms, bracelets, necklaces and rings with intricately designed motifs are featured in options of the brand's signature metal mix of solid 18ct gold units fused onto sterling silver and complemented with carefully selected precious and semiprecious stones maintaining authenticity of the talisman theme.
"We have (midfielder) Roman Shirokov but I don't like these talismans - that's not the kind of thing I like.
However in 2011, Meta and Talisman exercised the contractual right to convert part of area covered by the TEA into an E/P contract.
All these innovations combine to make the Talisman an executive saloon that will appeal not only thanks to its styling but also through a pleasurable experience for both drivers and passengers alike.
Summary: Spanish oil firm Repsol said on Tuesday it has agreed to buy its struggling Canadian rival Talisman for $8.3 billion (e1/46.6 billion), a deal that extends its global reach two years after it was forced out of Argentina.