ascon


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ascon

[′a‚skän]
(invertebrate zoology)
A sponge or sponge larva having incurrent canals leading directly to the paragaster.
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MM Mohiuddin, former group executive director of ETA Ascon has very fond memories of working closely with Rahman.
ETA Ascon said it has already started work on the project and is due for completion by August 31.
Their families have been notified of the incident, an official from ETA Ascon said.
The CII- Ascon survey also shows that out of 35 sectors reporting sales, 18 sectors recorded excellent growth, five sectors reported high growth, 10 sectors reported moderate growth and two registered negative growth.
Ascon, which at the time had d9million profits, has two previous convictions for breaches of health and safety prior to 2002.
ETA ASCON Group established 35 years ago is primarily an engineering & construction firm in the U.
Dubai-based ASCON Road Construction has been awarded the Dubai Quality Appreciation Award by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
In the fourth junior corporate Twenty20 league, which is also being held in Umm Al Quwain, Tiger Steel, ETA Ascon, Trinity Holding, Al Futtaim Honda, Dubai Islamic Bank, Unitra Mets Group, Multiplex International and National Trading and Developing Establishment has made it to the quarterfinals.
One of the engineers worked for ETA Ascon while the two others were outsourced by the ETA from another company.
The participants of the fair included the Department of Tourism and Commerce, the Department of Economic Development, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, Mashreq Bank, Dubai Islamic bank, ETA ASCON Ltd, DNATA, ICAEW Middle East, Unipropitia, Hirerightt Consultants, Innovations Group, Executive Solutions, Bab Al Shabab, etc.
one of the most reputed property development companies in India , and ETA STAR Property Developers, a subsidiary of the ETA Ascon conglomerate with a whole gamut of services connected with property development, leasing and management of properties.
ETA Ascon Star Group has taken delivery of Star of Emirates, the first of a series of three 83,000-tonne Kamsarmax-type vessels the company has acquired.