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magno

[′mag‚nō]
(metallurgy)
An alloy of 95.5% nickel and 4.5% manganese, used in the manufacture of incandescent lamps and radio tubes.
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In addition, last month, the New York Observer reported that Sheesan Hotel, a McSam-affiliated company, sold the new Holiday Inn Manhattan Hotel in Chelsea at 121 West 26th Street to Magna for $66 million.
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TACOM recommended that Magna thoroughly review prices and costs.
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Mark Hogan, president of Magna International (Troy, Ml; www.
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Stronach says she considers the Corporate Constitution a cornerstone that's enabled Magna to become one of Canada's most successful multinationals.