Conditional Listing Application

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Conditional Listing Application

The application that a company must file in order to be publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange. A company must include its prospectus with the conditional listing application.
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You wouldn't expect the CLA 45 AMG to be cheap to run - and it isn't.
All versions are equipped as standard with the ECO start/stop function and all-wheel drive is available straight from the market launch, initially in the CLA 250 4MATIC and CLA 250 Sport 4MATIC.
The body kit along with vents that can be seen all- around, loudly announce that the CLA 45 AMG means business.
There are, however, no reliability ratings yet for the CLA, which is built in a new factory in Hungary.
The overall effects of CLA feeding on total SFA, USFA and C16:0, C18:0, C18:2 and C18:3 in thigh meat of broiler chicken are shown in Table 3.
Mercedes' baby CLS model - the CLA - will be unveiled during Berlin Fashion Week
He said talks had been positive: "The fact that the CLA was Peter's first point of call shows he understands the importance of engagement with landowners.
In collaboration with the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepathology at University of North Carolina School of Medicine and the Wake Forest Medical Center, researchers found that Crohn's patients who took supplementary CLA showed noticeable improvement.
Furthermore, we have demonstrated that probiotic bacteria can produce CLA locally and suppress colitis.
The researchers tested the effects of CLA by itself and in combination with various types of dietary fats.
An eight-week test with 50 laboratory mice indicated that a specific omega-3 fatty acid from fish oil, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), protected the animals against two harmful side effects of a different fatty acid, CLA (conjugated linoleic acid), which is found in some dietary supplements as trans-10, cis-12 CLA.
CLA is a naturally occurring polyunsaturated 18-carbon compound that's most commonly present in dairy and beef products--mostly as the cis-9, trans-11 (c9,t11) isomer.