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Mace

A unit of weight in Taiwan approximately equivalent to 3.75 grams. It is used primarily in the sale of bulk foodstuffs.
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Several times in the past, the Worcester campus borrowed the Amherst campus's mace, but that was always an odd fit for the medical school because the Amherst mace is decorated with agricultural symbols, according to medical school officials.
"When it came down to getting a mace, I thought to myself, we can go to a company and buy one," Dr.
Meanwhile, The Maces' donations to OSU are used to support research projects conducted by the Mace Professor and student scholarships.
A MACE for the newly created University of Chester will be used for the first time later this month.
The Royal Maces truly benefited from the words spoken that evening by LCdr.
Mace has placed in the 15th annual Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 100 for the seventh year in a row, jumping eight places from 31 in 2015 to 23 this year.
Mace has placed 138 in the annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 list for the first time.
Maces investment business also continues to grow and now has a gross development value of 1.4bn.
Maces COO for Consultancy and Chair of Maces Talent and Development Board, Mark Holmes, said: Were very proud of all eight Mace finalists, who are representative of all the great people we have working at Mace.
I had a Mace mentor who I went to for help and advice but the whole team was incredibly friendly and open to any questions or curiosities I had about working in the department.
Mace has had a longstanding and significant role in Londons Olympic journey, having started on site as delivery partner for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.