Saltus


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Saltus

An ancient Roman unit of area approximately equivalent to 201.9.
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Most of our market already had telephone and Internet, so we wanted to get more TV customers away from the satellite companies," Saltus said.
The survey results indicate that there are multiple vendors and outsourced service providers offering solutions for core functions such as portfolio management and trading," said Bill Saltus, Head of Hedge Fund Technology Consulting at Citi Prime Finance.
Elmer Polk, Texas; John Porter, Florida; Donald Puddy, California; Philip Reichel, Colorado; James Ridley, Florida; Kenneth Romanowski, Michigan; Darrell Ross, Georgia; Peter Rowan, Florida; Ismay Saltus, Bermuda; David Schipper, Michigan; Michael Schmitz, Wisconsin; Richard Shea, Missouri; Joseph Shipbaugh, Ohio; T.
WestBridge is also working with Saltus Partners, which manages its tax-efficient feeder fund vehicle and Castle Court Consulting as an independent financial adviser partner in Cardiff.
Meanwhile, American Bryan Saltus is also relishing another title prospect at this popular event that was inaugurated in 1987.
Natura non facit saltus, which means "Nature does not make sudden jumps"
295, 296-97 (2000) (citing Richard Saltus, Medical Journal Rips Alternative Remedies, BOSTON GLOBE, Sept.
It is constructed a transfer matrix which keeps account of these types of vibrations, a saltus matrix for variations multi-stage sections, transit matrices for concentrated mass and for passing from an element to another if the coordinate system is changed.
But everywhere, when you sufficiently refine the methods of research in the physics of matter, you come across limits to the divisibility that do not lie in the inaccessibility of our experiments, but in the nature of matter, so that you could simply regard the tendency of modern science as a liberation from the concept of the infinitely small and that instead of the old leading principle: natura non facit saltus, you could maintain the opposite, that nature does take leaps.
With the event on a knife-edge it was Groom who shot a two-under 70 to hold a one-stroke advantage over American Bryan Saltus.
LEADERBOARD: 12 under - Robert Karlsson (Swe), 8 under - Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spa), 7 under - Simon Dyson, Martin Erlandsson (Swe), Barry Hume, Trevor Immelman (Rsa), Thongchai Jaidee (Tha), Graeme McDowell, Bryan Saltus (USA), Jarmo Sandelin (Swe), Mike Weir (Can), 6 under - KJ Choi (Kor), Daniel Chopra (Swe), Peter Hanson (Swe), Garry Houston (36), Shiv Kapur (Ind), Wen-chong Liang (Chn).
American Bryan Saltus, Scotland's Barry Hume and Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell were all in the clubhouse on seven-under overall, two strokes clear of a group containing Welshman Garry Houston, Asian Tour Order of Merit leader Liang Wen-chong and overnight leader KJ Choi.