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Canso

(kăn`sō), town (1991 pop. 1,228), S central N.S., Canada, on the Atlantic Ocean, near Cape Canso, the easternmost point of Nova Scotia peninsula proper. The harbor was much used by fishing fleets in colonial times and was fortified by the British in 1720. The Gut, or Strait, of Canso, scarcely 1 mi (1.6 km) wide in places, separates Nova Scotia peninsula from Cape Breton Island.
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Canso said it may, on behalf of the funds and/or accounts, acquire additional securities or related financial instruments of the issuer or dispose of securities or related financial instruments of the issuer previously acquired.
Tri Sunoko explained that the activities undertaken by CANSO included forming a work group and sharing information.
'The Middle East Declaration reinforces the will of all the aviation sectors in the region to deliver improved air navigation services,' said president of General Civil Aviation Authority (GACA), Saudi Arabia, Abdullah MN Al-Rehaimi, who was elected chairman of Middle East Canso CEO Committee (MEC3) at the meeting.
Na Castelloza addresses "Ia de chanter non degra aver talan" to "Dompna Na Mieils" (54), perhaps another trobairitz (Bruckner, Shepard, and White 147), and in the envoi of "Ar em al freg temps vengut" Azalais de Porgairagues sends her canso "ves Narbona" to "lei cui iois e iovenz guida" (50, 52), a likely reference to Ermengard of Narbonne, powerful viscountess and patron of both male and female troubadours (Cheyette 2001, 170).
"CANSO and GACA have a common vision in regards to increasing cooperation in providing a safer and efficient aviation system.
Commenting more specifically on the report Marie Desseaux, director of European affairs at CANSO, said that while there was as yet no official position "from the first analysis it appears that the assumption used for estimating the benefits of FABs is not correct." The study assumed a 20 per cent reduction of the number of sectors and staff involved but this view was not shared by the ANSPs.
Nevertheless, as Robert Archer and Isabel de Riquer show in this splendid anthology, there is a dark side to all this, which comes out very forcibly in the Provencal mala canso and its Catalan equivalent, the maldit.
The first three chapters otter an introduction to the historical context of the Troubadour lyric, and then to the two main scores of the Troubadour tradition, the canso and sirventes.
The liquids pipeline is expected to be laid across the Strait of Canso from near Mulgrave to the Point Tupper area in October.
The author does succeed in drawing surprisingly new portraits of these 'alba ladies', whose characteristic traits distinguish them from the other types of women represented in medieval lyrics: above all the 'canso domna' and the pastourelle shepherdess.