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Glaser

Donald Arthur. born 1926, US physicist: invented the bubble chamber; Nobel prize for physics 1960
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A site visit will be held at the site of the former Ty Glas pub in Llanishen, inset, which McDonald's wants to turn into a drive-thru and restaurant
Here are the accolades Glas Eireann Solutions has won over the past two months:
"It was fantastic to meet everyone involved in Tir Glas, including the residents, who told me how pleased they are with their homes."
With three out of four employers in Scotland reporting critical skill shortages that are affecting their productivity and growth, added to the fact that more than 70 per cent of Scottish employers think that job applicants lack technical, practical or job specific skills, GLAs have never been more important.
Glas has always denied his participation in the illicit activities, even though his uncle, Ricardo Rivera, was implicated in several acts of corruption, not only related to Odebrecht, but also to petroleum contracts that Glas handled as the overseer of the country's strategic resources policy.
Ond wedi dweud hynny, 'blaw am ambell i blanhigyn fel y clefryn a thamaid y cythraul, a'r planhigyn godidog hwnnw, celyn y mor, 'chydig ar y naw o flodau glas sy 'na ac eithrio blodau gardd, ac mae 'na un mynawyd y bugail sydd a lliw glas gogoneddus arno.
The Glas Collection comprises over 69,677 sq m (750,000 sq ft) of commercial space across more than 58 commercial units (excluding Parnell Car Park and the 63 Arena apartments), with a total passing rent of approximately EUR 11.5m per annum.
TG4's glitzy search for a star, Glas Vegas, starts its second run and the eager contestants are ready to take to the stage.
Caption: Hudson County Executive, Thomas Oegise; Kearny Mayor, Alberto Santos and Ethnic Grocery Brands CEO, Gaby Glas welcome local officials and guests for a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 2, officially opening the company's new 125,000 s/f distribution center and warehouse facility at 849 Newark Turnpike in Kearny, N.J.
THE Irish have spent almost EUR30 million on an estimated 400,000 Christmas trees this year, according to a count by Bord Glas, the Irish Horticulture Board,