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pomfret

1. any of various fishes of the genus Stromateidae of the Indian and Pacific oceans: valued as food fishes
2. any of various scombroid fishes, esp Brama raii, of northern oceans: valued as food fishes
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Mr Pomfret believes it is vital room for new and small business to grow is allowed for in the plan or Leamington and Warwick could suffer.
Pomfret leverages his 20+ years of diverse corporate leadership experience and knowledge of the debt industry in developing a program specifically aimed at small business debt management and providing strategies that can be implemented, regardless of the point in the business cycle.
Mr Pomfret said: "We continue to consolidate our position as a leading provider of high-quality, personalised, discretionary investment management services.
Pomfret brings a wealth of experience to the role, learned during 2D-plus years in the United Kingdom, some of which were spent as a novice OHN with a London borough council, and then with major accounting and finance firms, including PriceWaterhouse Coopers and Merrill Lynch.
Mr Pomfret said Severn Trent would be using the site as a customer relations call centre manned by 200 people.
The Pomfret Sisters are pictured dramatically and with great realism in front of a large painting of Pontefract Castle.
The Central Asian Economies Since Independence Richard Pomfret Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ and Woodstock, UK, 2006, x + 233pp, index, $65.
Pomfret was confused with his son, John Pomfret, in a note announcing the publication of the book, "Chinese Lessons: Five Classmates and the Story of the New China.
Chinese Lessons By John Pomfret $26, Henry Holt & Company
Pomfret (Aldershot, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 2004.
The two Scotts--lawyer Pomfret and advertising whiz Whittier--have broken into the book industry big time with the romance novel Hot Sauce (Warner Books, $12.