Anker


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Anker

An obsolete Dutch unit of volume roughly equivalent to 39 liters.
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Anders Hedlund joint chief executive of IG said, 'The acquisition of Anker is a major step forward for the group.
Under the terms of the agreement, Anker Systems will recommend Allied Telesyn as its preferred pan-European networking partner to users of OSCAR, its EPOS software product aimed at the retail and hospitality markets.
All KHS Anker labellers supplied and installed by ALS will be supported by its own national team of fully trained service engineers across the UK and Ireland, together with its fully comprehensive two year on-site, parts and labour warranty as standard, as with all labelling machinery provided by ALS.
The sex assault is thought to have taken place on open ground near to The Anker pub at around 1.
The monitors are part of a whole till order awarded to Anker Systems.
As director of the San Francisco Cinematheque, Anker oversaw one of the most-respected showcases of experimental film and video in the world, presenting more than 75 programs a year.
Anker Spokesperson Jack Teitz said the company expects to resume operations at both mines by fall.
Anker added that regular skin cleansing is important for it to be able to breathe.
The Anker Morris Men were formed by a group of folk enthusiasts in Nuneaton in 1975 and take their name from the River Anker which runs through Nuneaton, "anker" being an ancient word meaning "meander".
But in the case of the Anker Care, located in the former Fantasia Coffee House space on Cornwall Avenue, a lot has changed since Fantasia closed in early July.
PBS director Daniel Anker ("Scottsboro: An American Tragedy," "Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust") deals with his unwieldy subject admirably, and astute suturing of disparate interviews maintains momentum.
Beating stiff competition, Sam Anker impressed the judges with his dedication to Stratford-upon-Avon charity, Escape: Community Art in Action.