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The stronghold of a medieval castle, usually in the form of a massive tower, and a place of residence, esp. in times of siege.
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Project management Public Market for the Rehabilitation of Marius Group Donjon - 15a-25b rue Louis Loucheur - 69009 Lyon.
Eric Donjon, chairman of the forum's steering group and sales manager of Entek International, added: "I would like to welcome Jan, Ken and Kami to the team.
NYSE MKT: IBIO) entered into an "At-the-Market" (ATM) equity offering sales agreement with the Donjon Group, a division of Further Lane Securities, L.
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Forum chairman and sales and marketing manager at manufacturer Entek International, Eric Donjon, said: "This new site is a genuinely useful resource for anyone in business in North Tyneside, whether you're a self-employed one-person company operating from home, or a multi-national outfit.
Eric Donjon, chairman of the forum, said: "All companies will benefit from a network that can help them access advice and support and forge strong partnerships with fellow employers.
Nasdaq:MTLM), one of the nation's largest full service scrap metal recyclers, announced that a wholly owned subsidiary has entered into a joint venture agreement with Donjon Marine, Inc.
Mirabeau, Lettres Ecrites du Donjon (Paris, Strasbourg, London, 1792), p.
29: Donjon Devine says it will suspend the salvage effort until spring because of the setback and expected bad weather.
Les Jumelles, available from Co-op Stores Donjon la Tour, from Fairyhill Wines Condamine L'Eveque, from Tanners Sieur de Camandieu, from Oddbins All around pounds 4.