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Homer

A volunteer or employee of a non-profit organization who works primarily from home. The term is primarily used in the context of small Christian churches or ministries. See also: Telecommuting.
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With this new Cisco based IP Network, we are equipped to continuously deliver innovative services to our end-customers while benefiting from a simple and scalable infrastructure, said Thomas Reynaud, CEO of Iliad. It will help us strengthen the outstanding commercial success weve encountered with more than 2.8 million new subscribers in just 7 months and solidify our position as the new go-to brand in Italy.
ILiAD holds exclusive global rights to BPZE1 and related B-Tech technologies that are covered by 34 issued patents.
Telecom Italia, however, has been less affected by Iliad's entry, with only a marginal 0.2% yoy decline of mobile service revenue.
Iliad competes with Townsquare Media, owner of three FMs -- including top-ranked Country KEZJ-FM -- and News/Talk KLIX-AM.
No planning permission has been applied for yet, but the multi-million pound proposals will see Iliad build an apartment block on the land if any application is approved.
Following the rejection, Iliad launched a consortium with two leading private equity groups and major international banks to increase the offer both in terms of value and equity interest, the company said.
Iliad Sets Mid-October Deadline to Decide on New T-Mobile Bid
French telecoms company Iliad has lined up financing for its $15 billion bid for 56.6 per cent of T-Mobile US from BNP Paribas and HSBC, three people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
"What is the background of the myth of the Trojan War narrated in the Iliad? The Iliad tells a story about the war in Ilium (Troy), waged by the Greeks, or Hellenes ...
After many acclaimed books including the bestselling "Strolling Through ystanbul" and "The Western Shores of Turkey," this time Freely takes a look at the locations where the great poet Homer's major epics "The Iliad" and "The Odyssey" supposedly take place, as the title suggests.
There exist concise "companions" to English translations of the Iliad and Odyssey which will elucidate many of the resultant obscurities, but these companions tend towards empirical detail at the expense of literary appreciation.