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CLG

On drawings, abbr. for ceiling.
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RUPTURE Patrick Horgan, an employee of a company who was subcontracted to Balfour Beatty CLG to install a 400mm gas pipeline from Birdhill to Nenagh, was fatally injured when the pipeline he was working on ruptured while it was under test pressure.
Lincoln's CLG consists of about 60 senior executives from within it who work closely with the Senior Management Committee to develop and execute corporate and business-area strategies.
CLG Hedge Fund, LLC, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a custom lender that focuses on commercial real estate lending.
Notably, the CLG gap filler material can be applied only where it is needed, thereby minimizing waste.
Today's Joint Development Agreement with CB&I and CLG is a technological first which will position Saudi Aramco to maximize the value of each barrel of crude oil it produces in the near future.
The colpus length (Clg), colpus width (Clt), porus length (Plg), porus width (Plt), apocolpium (t) and exine thickness (Ex) of both the pollen of two species have been measured and found that they are different (Table / Tablo 1; Figure / Sekil 3).
There is, however, no mention in the literature of airways that appear to be simple during laryngoscopy and CLG, but turn out to be exceedingly difficult when actual insertion is being attempted.
"CLG must first find its bearings in the luxury segment before pushing for aggressive growth" VIJAY KUMAR NADIPINENI
The introduction of CLG in the country's schools is part of the strategic long-term vision of SEC for the education sector specifically launching a nationwide e-learning programme.
Bapco chief executive Dr Peter Bartlett and US-based CLG's managing director Leon de Bruyn signed the technology licence and engineering services agreements for CLG's LC-FINING technology for Bapco's residue hydrocracking unit and ISOCRACKING technology for the new hydrocracking unit.