Dacian


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Dacian

[′dā·shən]
(geology)
Lower upper Pliocene geologic time.
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Project construction at Mount Morgans is on time and on budget, ensuring we remain firmly on track to start production from March next year," said Dacian Gold Executive Chairman Rohan Williams.
Dacian Gold initiated a three-year exploration programme in 2012 and completed the scoping study of the project in September 2015.
Like Alexander, Burebista achieved amazing results, though by different means, creating a great Dacian power, which some historians called an empire (Dragan, 1976: 258-259).
Dacian Gold Limited is a well-funded, Western Australian focused gold exploration and development company, headquartered in Perth.
European Union Agriculture Commissioner Dacian Ciolos said earlier yesterday he recognised the ban, designed to tighten regulations to ensure oil is correctly labelled, was "not formulated to assemble widespread support".
Kouyialis discussed the issue on Monday with the European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural development Dacian Ciolos.
Around 300 held a demonstration outside Dublin Castle to coincide with the visit of EU Agriculture Commissioner Dacian Ciolos.
Gwilym Jones, from Agriculture Commissioner Dacian Ciolos' cabinet, said there is still enough time to agree and implement the new rural development programmes from January 2014.
Dacian Ciolos, the EU's agriculture commissioner, dropped in yesterday for a round of talks and a little sight-seeing.
Talpes said that the Dacians used a half wolf-half dragon - The Dacian Wolf - as a battle flag to defend Dacia's territories in ancient times.
The theory that saw the ancient Dacian pattern prevailing over Rome, the central model of Romanian civilization, was one of many Ceausescu's means of celebrating his own victory over Romania' s prestigious European relatives.
Much of the EC's latest proposals for reforming the CAP, presented by Commissioner Dacian Ciolos last week, are focused on 'greening' using financial incentives to push farmers towards more ecologically friendly farming methods.