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paragon

[′par·ə‚gän]
(lapidary)
A perfect diamond whose mass is equal to or greater than 100 carats (20 grams).

Paragon

Mark Sherman. IEEE Software (Nov 1991).
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Well, I never altogether trust these paragons," his wife said.
We don't know how much they hide from us: how watchful they are when they seem most artless and confidential: how often those frank smiles which they wear so easily, are traps to cajole or elude or disarm--I don't mean in your mere coquettes, but your domestic models, and paragons of female virtue.
said Konstantin Komarov, CEO of Paragon Software Group.
By eliminating the need for a DSP chip, SoftRISC's codec solutions provide Paragon with more flexibility and performance capabilities using a significantly smaller footprint and reduced power.
Hyman, president of Paragon Software Group's US division.
Over the past two years, we have seen a growing demand for business consulting expertise in the markets that we serve," said Paragon President and CEO Daniel J.
Subsequent to the recent sale of its Paragon Homefunding subsidiary, acting management is currently exploring a range of alternative business strategies to maximize shareholder value.
In the proposed transaction NewMarket would exchange one hundred percent of the stock of its Brazilian operating subsidiary ($11 million in profitable annual revenue) for convertible preferred stock issued by Paragon Financial.
We are pleased to have achieved this funding milestone, which will allow Paragon IP to accelerate its mission of giving hope to patients with complex medical conditions through a pioneering device development model," said Paragon IP founder and CEO Mark C.
Commenting on the new appointment, Paragon CEO Konstantin Komarov said, "Paragon plans to aggressively expand its presence and product lines within the US and worldwide, over the next year.