Copt


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Copt

1. a member of the Coptic Church
2. an Egyptian descended from the ancient Egyptians
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Further, subject to the company's right to elect cash or net share settlement under the forward sale agreements and as per the terms of the same, COPT will issue and sell upon physical settlement of such forward sale agreements, 9,200,000 common shares to the forward purchaser in return for cash proceeds per share equal to the applicable forward sale price of USD31.
Copts are the indigenous Christian population of Egypt, who date back to the first decades following the life of Jesus Christ.
In most media reports, Copts tend to hover at around 10% of Egypt's 91 million-strong population.
Expatriates, particularly Copts, reacted similar outrage.
COPT is based in Columbia, in the state of Maryland.
At the same time, the new, more secular Personal Status Law further reduced the autonomy of the Coptic community, despite allowing the Copts self-rule in matters of family affairs.
He joined Copt Heath when he was 12 and has stayed a loyal member all through his illustrious career.
A geophysical survey of the field in which Copt Hill stands revealed the site may be more complex than previously thought.
In 1998, the year that Rose triumphed at Copt Heath, he went on to that extraordinary Open Championship at Royal Birkdale, finishing tied fourth and turning professional the next day.
COPT is an S&P MidCap 400 company and more information can be found at www.
An office real estate investment trust, COPT owns, manages, develops and selectively acquires office and data centre properties in locations that support US Government agencies and their contractors, most of whom are engaged in national security, defence and information technology related activities.
Contract notice: University of cologne, new construction and analysis center copt, fixed seating auditorium ec.