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ferrum

[′fer·əm]
(chemistry)
Latin term for iron; derivation of the symbol Fe.
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A first cautionary statistic about Ferrum is the large number of students who leave.
The investment by Ferrum in CMC Guernsey is a very positive development for the Company and Ferrum.
We first prescribed Ferrum metallicum 10M in a single dose.
Our aim is to achieve a seamless change of ownership and we hope Ferrum shareholders will vote in favour at the annual meeting on August 3.
Chris Barrington of Ferrum Consultants has been commissioned to complete an in-depth pig iron marketing study.
associate Ferrum Resources Limited ("Ferrum") has entered into an agreement to subscribe for new shares in CMC Guernsey Limited ("CMC Guernsey") (a newly incorporated Guernsey registered and incorporated company) constituting 63.
Chairman Mr Garner and managing director Mr Bridge paid more than pounds 2 million plus debt to Ferrum for the three businesses which employ around 350 at Walsall metal finisher Chalcon, motorcycle exhaust supplier Motad and blast wall maker Mech-Tool.
The new office will be located in Ferrum Tower in Eulji-ro, in the heart of Seoul's Gangbuk business district.
5) Ferrum Consultants considered the iron market specifically for the coarse CEIP product; and
Emerging Metals ("EML" or the "Company") Investment in Ferrum Resources Limited
And at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Ferrum College (VA), administrators have been dealing with lawsuits related to student suicides.