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Axe

In bonds, an interest an investor has in buying or selling a given bond. A broker may match axes together to determine whether a trade can be executed. See also: Order.
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Tom O Brien, CEO of Axion Biosystems, continues: Nanion is a great match for Axion, since we share the same background and philosophy, ultimately manifested in innovative products.
The results of Grumiller and Mocanu, based on works by Asmina Arvanitaki and Sergei Dubovsky (USA/Russia), show that axions can circle a black hole, similar to electrons circling the nucleus of an atom.
Instead of the electromagnetic force, which ties the electrons and the nucleus together, it is the gravitational force that acts between the axions and the black hole.
With its very small mass and lack of electric charge, the axion is a candidate for the mysterious dark matter particle.
Yet, despite much effort, the axion has never been observed experimentally.
In addition to working directly with agencies, we are in a unique position to partner with technology product vendors who are seeking government contracts that may mandate the vendor follow minority and women-owned small business guidelines," said Paula Milano, co-founder, Axion Solutions.
In 2002, Axion Solutions founders Milano and Karen Mills were named Entrepreneurs of the Year by Women In Technology International (WITI) Orange County Chapter.
In addition to meeting the qualitative criteria over the past four years, Axion has distinguished itself by its operational excellence and consistent overall delivery of business solutions that provide the highest customer satisfaction -- which are flagship elements of the PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne channel program," Manion added.
As part of the agreement, Pixxures will award Axion a contract for compressing a large volume of imagery that Pixxures has acquired the rights to distribute.
Both our legal counsel and accounting firm are currently reviewing the questions and comments on the company's submission, and have indicated that there are no major concerns," indicated Markus Lemke, CEO of Axion Spatial Imaging, Inc.
which Axion will receive royalties for each unit sold.
Axion has developed software that achieves instantaneous downloads of even the largest digital image files.