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Merke

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 250 grams.
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Cited in a Presidency of the Republic press release, Merk pointed to the intensification of Tunisian-German security co-operation in matters of countering terrorism, which, she specified, "is a threat to all countries and peoples.
Thomas Merk has been Chief Operating Officer of the ROFIN Laser Micro Group since December 2005, the ROFIN Laser Marking Business since July 2006, and a Managing Director of ROFINBAASEL Lasertech GmbH & Co.
Merk believes the current bitcoin boom - which took the virtual currency (http://www.
Merk Hard Currency Fund eliminated its euro exposure as of May 15.
The World Cup winner was particularly unimpressed with Merk, who used to be one of Germany's top referees.
The El Merk oil and gas fields are situated in the Berkine Basin, the second-largest hydrocarbons basin in Algeria and one of the most prolific in the country in terms of output and the frequency of new discoveries.
Summary: In a contract valued at approximately US$100M, GE Oil & Gas will supply Petrofac, a leading international provider of services to many of the world's largest oil and gas companies, with turbo compression equipment for Groupement Berkine's El Merk central processing facility (CPF) in the Berkine Basin of Algeria.
GE Oil & Gas said it has won a $100m contract from Petrofac, a leading international oil and gas facilities service providers, for supply of turbo compression equipment to its El Merk central processing facility (CPF) project in Algeria.
Vir my is die omslag toenemend belangrik, omdat dit 'n merk op die inhoud maak.
Merk Investments has set up the Merk Absolute Return Currency Fund.
His doctors originally thought it would take up to two years before the nerves in his arm would re-grow sufficiently to permit movement, but Merk has made more progress than expected through an intensive program of physiotherapy and electric stimulation.
Karl Merk underwent the 15-hour surgery after his body refused to accept artificial limbs.