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Markland

An obsolete Scottish unit of area. A markland was the amount of land on which rent of eight (sometimes 12) ounces of silver could be charged. This system was used in western Scotland.
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Markland had the reputation of sketching very beautifully, and some of the guests prevailed on her to show us her drawings.
He will remain as CEO and Director of Technest's majority shareholder, Markland Technologies, Inc.
Markland acquired Vidikron in a stock-for-stock transaction in which the former Vidikron shareholders received approximately 85% of the outstanding common stock of Markland on a fully diluted basis.
Markland as medical director, Europe, reporting to William F.
A spokeswoman for the American Chemical Society which revealed the findings at its annual meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, said: "CN would need to be periodically administered over a period of time, according to Markland, in hopes of shrinking the tumour to a size where treatment could be scaled back or stopped.
The company finished the fiscal year in a very strong financial position with a funded backlog of over $54M and a cash balance of approximately $8M, " said Robert Tarini, Chairman and CEO of Markland Technologies Inc.
Dr Markland said tests on patients could be made reasonably soon
The Outstanding Credit Union Professional of the Year Award was given to Kyle Markland of Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union in St.
According to Kyle Markland, chief executive officer of Affinity Plus, it was Harland's understanding of the total needs of credit unions and its ability to meet those needs that was the deciding factor.