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Sebastian, Baron. born 1956, English middle-distance runner and Conservative politician: winner of the 1500 metres in the 1980 and 1984 Olympic Games; holds 1000 m record; held records at 800 m, 1500 m, and a mile: member of parliament (1992--97)
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In June 2007, the C2 COE was officially established and subsequently received NATO accreditation on April 4, 2008.
The COE and HI DOT both present cargo "volume" data in short tons (i.
ColumbusManufacturing will provide COE Press Equipment an integrated ERP solution from customer concept to delivery," says Sales Vice President, Mark LaBelle, Columbus US.
If we're going to do anything to improve health [of minorities], this is the one thing we need to do," said Fernando Mendoza, MD, principal investigator of Stanford's COE and associate dean for minority advising and programs.
COE was one of the first CCTV developers worldwide to offer an MPEG-4 codec and now has major installations of up to 7,000 cameras in the UK, Europe and Asia.
David Schmoock, 37, has been appointed to lead the new organization as senior vice president, COE, effective immediately.
4% interest in both REX and COE from JEX for the same total purchase price of $7.
In October 2004, TCA was advised by COE that it had been placed on Show Cause Status for failing to submit 2003 financial information to COE on a timely basis.
The COE will specifically support the installation, customization and maintenance of Escher Group's WebRiposte and WebRiposte Essential software and associated products in a post office counters or kiosk environment, and is fully supported by Escher Group Ltd.
PA), will demonstrate its new ENOVIA VPM Navigator product during the COE Annual Conference and TechniFair, April 25-28, at the Fontainebleau Hilton Resort, in Miami Beach, Florida.
This achievement means that SUSE LINUX is the first Linux distributor to offer both Common Criteria and COE compliance in the same package, creating the opportunity to run operational applications in a secure environment.