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Catalyst

An event that directly or indirectly causes another event. For example, a positive earnings report may be a catalyst for a stock to rise in price. Likewise, conservative financial management may be a catalyst for long-term sustainability.
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"If these licensees think they are going to rent their liquor licenses out on a nightly basis (to a club promoter) they are dead wrong," Capt.
In addition, as part of the Ecuadorian program, GPA is planning to partner with and offer micro-grants to other health promoter and midwife training programs.
People who are interested in independent music is exactly the audience that Promoter Box reaches.
We showed here that the promoters from the AMP genes - defensin A1, defensin A4, and cecropin B1, but not the Hsp promoter, could effectively drive constitutive expression of luciferase, GFP, and glycosylated G protein of rabies virus in cell lines without external stimulation such as heat shock.
Summary: Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], June 24 (ANI): Home grown FMCG firm Emami said on Monday its promoters have sold 10 per cent stake in the company for Rs 1,230 crore to reduce their debt.
India-based Kotak Bank has told a court that it is ready to cap its promoters' voting rights.
There is no surprise in the case of Zee Group where shares of its entertainment arm tanked over 30 per cent last month in the wake of a media report that said its promoter company Essel Group was allegedly involved in laundering.
'I admit my mistake and regret my actions towards the promoter. I hope the matter will not be prolonged further by any parties as I have met Lim Lip Eng, the DAP MP, and made an apology to him,' the man said in a video online.
Synpromics is presenting this development in a poster at the ESGCT congress which describes an inducible system where increased concentrations of the inducer drug result in higher levels of gene expression, and a repressible system where a particular drug concentration can effectively silence the promoter. This tunable system looks set to revolutionise the sector, by enabling tighter regulation of any given therapeutic gene in all manner of liver-targeted gene therapies.
Mavin artist, Tiwa Savage is angry this Monday morning, September 17th, and the cause of her anger is an event promoter who failed to settle her hotel bills and other expenses after a performance in Kenya on Saturday night.
"Larsen and Toubro (LandT) Ltd, our promoter has conveyed to us their intention to sell the equity shares of the face value of Rs 2 each of the company to enable us to comply with the requirements of minimum public shareholding," LTTS said in a BSE filing.