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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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Philip O'Neill resigned from the NovaCopper Board of Directors which he joined following the Sunward acquisition.
8 million was related to transaction costs related to the closing of the Sunward acquisition, and the remaining relating to general legal and professional expenses.
He described the morphology of this region, explaining that it had a sharp boundary on Saturn's sunward side, termed a bow shock, where the outward streaming flow of the solar wind impacted upon it.
5 hours of transit to go, those gathered on the beach peered sunward with special glasses, binoculars, and telescopes.
The comet was emitting X-rays in a crescent pattern on its sunward side.
SESAME Identification / ID cards/ Healthcar : Sunward Telecom Limited with 13.
China Civil Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Industry Report, 2015 focuses on the following: Overview of Chinese civil UAV industry, including definition and classification, application areas, system structure, and policies, laws, and regulations; Analysis of the Chinese civil UAV market, covering global UAV market size, Chinese UAV market size, competitive landscape, R&D, and financing;Profile, financial position, hit products, R&D, and technical characteristics of 17 domestic and foreign UAV companies, including DJI, Ehang, ZERO TECH, XAIRCRAFT, 3D Robotics, Parrot, SUNWARD, Zongshen Power, Loncin Motor, and Shandong Mining Machinery Group.
Launched in 1990, Ulysses began its journey sunward 2 years later.
Other vendors mentioned in the report are Giesecke and Devrient Gmbh, Safran Morpho, and Sunward Telecom Ltd.
On October 23, Chinese steel giant Baosteel Group has announced that Baosteel Special Steel Business Unit has inked a strategic cooperation agreement with Xi an, Shnxi Province-based Xi an Sunward Aerospace Material Co.
The images show the comet sporting a well-defined parabolic hood in the sunward direction that tapers into a short and stubby tail pointing away from the Sun.
5 million kilometers sunward from Earth, confirm the existence of these bands and reveal that they extend far beneath the surface, penetrating at least 19,000 km.