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dais
A raised platform reserved for the seating of speakers or dignitaries. (See illustration p. 296.)
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GOING GREAT: Chamber of Commerce enterprise team leader Paul Warwick and Jayne Woods, of Great Dais, look out from inside a Wendy house at the pre-school in Rugby
We climbed up a rickety staircase at the back and emerged onto the main dais.
Dais sees ESI membranes being used within a year in portable power cells and within two years for stationary power generation.
Under this sales agreement, Dais will supply GTA and CAST key system components of its nanotechnology clean water treatment process called NanoClear[TM].
Design of dais and lectern to meet quality assurance standards and design criteria included in
The decision comes as demand for premium materials made in Skapafors is increasing, making that operation greater in size than Dais Langed.
This time, however, she has decided to get the dais erected on the Assembly premise.
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Dikshit was in Kondli to inaugurate a community centre and a public library, while Priyanka Gautam, the local councillor, rushed to the dais and argued for not having her name written on the gate of community centre and in the guest list.
Alan Kane, 25, is launching fashion shop Dais Boutique after gleaning advice on start-ups from the university's Business Mine.
Bowen hit with pounds 1,750 fine PETER BOWEN was yesterday fined pounds 1,750 by the BHA's disciplinary panel after Dais Return failed a drug test following victory in a maiden hurdle at Sedgefield in April.
Anne attended a Marine Corps function with her husband and found herself sitting on the dais next to a man named Jay Mancini.