ALY


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ALY

On drawings, abbr. for alloy.
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The investigation relates to possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of state law by the Board of Directors of ALY for approving this transaction, whether the consideration to be received by ALY shareholders is fair, and whether ALY's board of Directors acted in the shareholders' best interests.
At four-years-old, Alys was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumour and underwent painstaking surgery to remove the tumour.
In November, Alys was selected from thousands of applicants to be Aldi's official toy tester and she's been hard at work ever since testing the supermarket chains new Toy Special Buy range.
As well as the creation of Urban Veg, Alys is excited that there is a real growing gardening scene in the city, from guerilla gardening where enthusiasts decorate unused public spaces such as roadsides and roundabouts with plants and flowers to projects like Edible Eastside, which has converted a brown-field site in Digbeth into an edible park.
And it secured her a place in mentor Sir Tom Jones' live team, a dream come true for Alys who entered the competition for the second time this year after nerves got the better of her last time.
Alys said: "We later found out she had swallowed blood after I had the haemorrhage, that is why she couldn't breathe.
In his "action" The Collector, 1990-92, Alys took a series of promenades with homemade magnetic "dogs" that attracted bottle caps and other bits of detritus.
In addition to earning the coveted title as a DG2014 grand prize winner, thanks to support from The Alys Foundation, Visit South Walton, 30A.
It had flyer saying about the zip wire challenge to raise money for the Stroke Association, and Alys and I thought why not, we'll give it a go.
Harper Adams scholars Alys Davies (left) and Charlie Morris Alys Davies from Bylchau, Denbigh, collected the Gressingham Foods scholarship to study food nutrition.