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In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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The staff at Foothold are no strangers to rankings when it comes to fun too.
Rob Johnson, Partner at Alacrita and a co-founder of Foothold America said: "While we fully expect that many companies coming to the US will eventually establish a corporate presence, Foothold America enables foreign companies to tackle the US market earlier, with greater confidence and lower risk.
A private Taiwanese bank, Cathay United purchased a 50% stake in Indovina in 2000, which has grown rapidly to have 35 footholds in Vietnam.
Japanese carmakers have established footholds in Thailand as important export bases.
Colonisation of the intestine is difficult for incoming bacteria as they have to be highly competitive to gain a foothold among the trillions of other bacteria already in situ.
When you're ready to exit the ASV, place your foot on top of the foothold.
The new scheme will help people get a foothold on that ladder and make buying a home more affordable.
Fresh Start now provides three main channels - career advice to young people, mentoring to help young people gain a solid foothold in agriculture, and advice on retirement to the older generation.
Taiyo Yuden hopes to use its technology base in its main product, multilayer ceramic capacitors, to push new development in the energy devices industry, and views this acquisition as a foothold toward future expansion of its business.
ETB already has a foothold in the mobile market through its 50% stake in Colombia Movil (the other half is controlled by Empresas Publicas de Medellin, known as EPM).
In relocating to a superior space at 907 Madison Avenue, Spring Flowers is able to keep its current clientele and its excellent foothold on Madison Avenue" said Finkel.
In other words, polygamy has gained its first legal foothold in the West.