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Agora

In Israel, a coin representing one-hundredth of a new shekel. It is the equivalent of the cent in the U.S. dollar or the pence in the British pound. Its plural is agorot.
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HOLCIM WINS AGORA AWARD - Holcim Senior Vice President for Manufacturing Andre Caluori, Sustainable Development Manager Mike Cabalda, and CSR Coordinator Nicki Virina with the Agora Award for Outstanding Achievement in Advocacy Marketing given to Holcim at the Philippine Marketing Associations Agora awarding ceremony on Oct.
Agora begins Thursday evening with "Lucena/Obedience Training," a new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's "Emperor and Galilean," by Beirut's Zoukak Theater Company.
Pierre-Marie Vasseur, general manager, Grand Heritage Doha, said: "We are thrilled that Agora has been awarded the first place among 348 restaurants in Qatar, with Blue positioned alongside in the top 10 of the list.
CABI is a founding member of the AGORA programme, having joined as part of its commitment to furthering knowledge management in international development.
The word Agora comes from the Greek, meaning a place of gathering and the initiative aims to provide a place where the exchange of culture and ideas is allowed to flourish.
For a multi-touch screen like this with these features and Android's Ice Cream Sandwich, the new Kogan Agora 10 is the cheapest, by a long shot," Kogan said.
Agora, in Wayne, provides online learning to 5,000 students in their homes across the state.
Agora says that each strategy was developed based on specific customer demand.
Centro Cuesta Nacional (CCN) and Santo Domingo Motors joined to build the Agora Shopping Mall in Santo Domingo, reports DR1 Daily News (Jan.
The company has farmed out a 35 percent interest in blocks 113/26b and 113/27c which includes the Conan and Doyle prospects to Agora Oil & Gas (UK) AS (Agora).
IZMIR, Oct 12, 2009 (TUR) -- Archaeologists found traces of a temple built for the Greek goddess of divine retribution, Nemesis, during excavations in the ancient city of Agora in the western Turkish province of Izmir.