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foramen

a natural hole, esp one in a bone through which nerves and blood vessels pass

foramen

[fə′rā·mən]
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A small opening, orifice, pore, or perforation.
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l (Silavano) and Danske Bank A/S, Helsinki branch, in connection with the initial public offering of the company on 29 September 2017, according to which Trema has on 2 October 2017 lent 4,638,000 existing shares in the company to Danske Bank.
NYSE: NBL) today announced that the Trema exploration well in the Tilapia license offshore Cameroon reached its target objective and encountered reservoir-quality sandstones that were water-bearing.
All the pre-fire individuals of Cecropia and Trema in the area were numbered with plastic labels.
The new product is designed to be used in conjunction with the Trema Finance KIT to provide users with any price that is included in the application.
Reportedly, this change was due to a share lending agreement signed by Trema, Silavano Investments Sarl and Danske Bank A/S, Helsinki Branch in connection with the Initial Public Offering of the company on 29 September 2017, according to which Trema has on 2 October 2017 lent 4,638,000 existing shares in the company to Danske Bank.
Under the terms of the agreement Trema will obtain all of Alterna's assets including copyrights and intellectual property.
A spokesperson for Trema said that the KIT has been designed to replace a number of systems which can reportedly provide finance organisations with cost savings.
Founded in Finland in 1992, Trema is extolling its ability to provide straight-through processing through its Transaction HUB Service, which links banks and multi-bank portals with Finance KIT, Trema's treasury, risk management and asset management system.
Financial software solutions provider Trema has supplied its Trema Finance KIT 6.
Worldwide Computer Products News-14 October 2002-New module for cash management ships from Trema (C)1995-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.