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Peregrine

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A peregrine (foreign) planet is one so situated as to be neither dignified nor exalted, and simultaneously not in aspect with any other planet. A planet so situated in a natal chart indicates a part of the psyche that seems to operate independently from the rest of the native’s personality, and that the native must therefore make a special effort to integrate. The term is seldom used today, except in horary astrology.

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La expresion de la religiosidad mariana y la vinculacion cultural con el gaucho peregrino se destaca del resto de creencias.
During December 2008, the firm closed the sale of its interest in the Peregrino field to Statoil for proceeds of around USD1.4bn, and future consideration contingent upon commodity prices.
But Brazil is growing more than their neighbors due to their currency appreciation," Peregrino says.
In 2005, Statoil, then called Norsk Hydro, acquired a 50 percent stake in Peregrino field and later in 2008, it bought the remaining 50 percent stake from the US's Anadarko Petroleum for $1.8 billion as part of a package of assets.
Francisco es un peregrino que se entrega al camino, a las caricias y a las inclemencias de su perenne desventura que halla regocijo en la palabra iluminada.
conducen el viaje del peregrino. Todo ello canaliza finalmente en la afirmacion de la vacuidad o inanidad del mundo.
Advanced Production and Loading (APL), a BW Offshore division, has awarded subsea mooring connector specialist, First Subsea Ltd., a contract to supply mooring line connectors and buoy pull-in connector for the Peregrino FPSO submerged turret production (STP) buoy.The Peregrino STP buoy will be moored in 100 m of water, 85 km offshore Brazil.
Strategic product lines exhibited at Adipec included the new FP range of fire resistant cables, designed and manufactured to meet the most demanding requirements and standards to ensure safety and safe operation under conditions of fire, together with umbilical cables, manufactured in the industrial facility in Vila Velha, Brazil, which has recently celebrated its first year of operations with significant successes including contracts with StatoilHydro and Anadarko Petroleum Corporation's Peregrino. "Adipec represents an excellent opportunity to reinforce Prysmian's strong presence in the Middle East region, where the company is already carrying out several strategic power cable projects, particularly in the UAE, Qatar and Bahrain," said a company spokesman.