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luxon

[′lək‚sän]
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The company is eyeing the market for Taiwanese tourists, as 36,000 Taiwanese visitors traveled to New Zealand last year, and Luxon was quoted by the NZ Herald as saying, "We're confident a direct link will grow numbers further.
Today its been great to welcome not only the Mayor but our Country President Michel Andre; representatives from Parker, the plant manufacturers; customers and colleagues and surprise guest, Steven Gerrard to join in the celebrations, concludes Luxon.
You can think of the Higgs field filling the universe as if it were honey filling a jar and the luxon as if was a spore of pollen.
The number of visitors from the Philippines is also continuing to grow rapidly, up more than 20 percent in the past year alone so we're anticipating that demand for this service will be steady in both directions, Luxon said.
Despite a sterling effort by Luxon in his matches with Keith Dudley and Clayton, the tie was effectively over with three to play as Bath Street Marine ran out 391-366 winners.
Nedap states Luxon Live defines a new standard in reducing the operating costs of lighting systems.
The company has already secured significant sales for its two products - luxon street, which replaces traditional street lighting; and luxon industry for commercial premises such as warehouses and manufacturing facilities.
The only Premier Division fixture resulted in Windsor taking the points as they grilled Cheshire Cheese in a 3-2 victory, thanks to goals from Dave Luxon, Craig Jones and an own goal.
Luxon, professor and chair of the department of internal medicine at Georgetown tiniversity, Washington.
Aerius won the Frost & Sullivan 2009 Green Technology Award in Wireless Technologies based on the benefits Aerius equipped phones deliver including 2 to 4 more hours of battery life, increased handset range, while reducing the frequency of dropped calls over 60%," said Bill Luxon, Aerius CEO.
Luxon of Dartmouth College and Roger Pooley of Keele University, England.
As Ezell assesses how critics view Bunyan's women, Tomas Luxon and Michael Davies probe Bunyan's own relations with the female gender.