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marque

1. a brand of product, esp of a car
2. an emblem or nameplate used to identify a product, esp a car
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Il existe de bonnes opportunites pour nous dans l'ensemble", a declare le PDG d'Opel, Michael Lohscheller, au sujet des perspectives africaines de la marque.
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In 2016, the state forced the Galveston Bay school district to annex, or absorb, its neighboring district, and once football rival, La Marque ISD, which was hemorrhaging enrolled students and failing to prepare those who stayed for graduation.
3 October 2014 - US life sciences and high technology specialist Sigma-Aldrich Corporation (NASDAQ:SIAL) said Friday it had agreed to buy California-based Cell Marque Corp, in a bid to reinforce its antibody portfolio and provider better services to immunohistochemistry (IHC) clients.
Cell Marque has extensive IHC, scientific and technical expertise and its IHC staining kits are targeting pathologists and clinicians working in the field of patient management, the buyer said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 3, 2014-Sigma-Aldrich to buy Cell Marque
En tete arrive la marque Volkswagen, leader de son marche avec 14,43% de parts de marche.
Durant le premier trimestre 2013, la marque a commercialise un total de 7.
No single motorcycle marque conjures Britain in the same way that Harley-Davidson conjures images of the United States.
Undercover ale experts made an unannounced visit to The Fox and Hounds, Shenstone, near Lichfield, as part of their efforts to ensure top-quality real beer is served at all pubs in the non-profitmaking Cask Marque scheme.
Summary: Mangamaire Limited acquires 180-foot (55-meter) ship to enable Marque Star and its partners to deliver maritime logistics and security services including protecting clients from pirate attacks