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epitome

An abstract of title in book form
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"After 18 years with Morgan Stanley in New York, with six of those years based in India, Raju saw challenges that plagued the hedge fund and alternative asset management industry and founded Epitome in 2005.
2 February 2011 - Indian rating agency CRISIL today assigned B-/"stable" and P4 ratings to the bank facilities of Epitome Petrochemical Pvt Ltd.
Created with passion, the "Solitaire" is the epitome of individuality and eternal beauty.
SoftBrands Inc (NYSE Alternext: SBN), a supplier of enterprise application software, reported yesterday (22 December) that the company's Epitome property management system (PMS) and Core central reservation system (CRS) has been chosen by Corus Hotels Ltd, for five of its properties in England.A The combination of enterprise solutions also include channel distribution and revenue optimisation solutions, which will be used at the Corus Hotel Hyde Park in London; Burnham Beeches Hotel in Buckinghamshire; Belsfield Hotel in Windermere; Corus Hotel Elstree in Hertfordshire; and Corus Hotel, Shirley, Solihull, installation beginning in December at the Corus Burnham Beeches Hotel.
In his catalogue Photius also included an entry on Philostorgius, despite his disgust: "his history contradicts nearly all the ecclesiastical histories." In this case style trumped theology: "in his diction he is elegant and uses poetical words, but in a charming manner and not to excess." As he continued to read this forbidden but seductive account, Photius also compiled a long epitome. For modern scholars Photius' extended summary is now almost all that survives of Philostorgius' history.
Duncan Reid, of Contex Party and Events, who carried out the survey, said: "Harry is the very epitome of UK party cool.
'The Cross': the Cross is the crux of the universe, And the epitome of wisdom;/The fulcrum on which truth rests and turns./While knaves twist, and fools resist its simplicity;/Philosophical isms, and jazzmen's riffs,/Religious schisms, and Kipling's Ifs,/Are swallowed by its profundity.
"The Trump Tower was a project that was bigger than all of us--it really is kind of the epitome of skyscrapers.
The Parker novels feature a cold-blooded professional thief and killer named Parker who is the epitome of an existentialist nihilist surviving in a bleak and unforgivable world of other killers and cutthroats.
bishops of late have defined it quite simply as marriage between a man and a woman, which Pope Benedict XVI praised in his first encyclical, Deus caritas est, as "the very epitome of love [such that] all other kinds of love immediately seem to fade in comparison." Although I wouldn't want to take anything away from the holiness and importance of marriage, I wonder if in our desire to defend it as an institution we aren't overlooking some resources our tradition can offer us as we struggle with these difficult issues.
Let us say that there is a major opinion amongst skateboarders that getting a paycheck from Nike is a detestable offense; essentially it's the epitome of "selling out." In this opinion, one can see that the rider lacks a sense of cultural pride and mortality.
In neighboring Wiltshire, the village of Malmesbury is the epitome of English charm.