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Wingate

Orde (Charles) . 1903--44, British soldier. During World War II he organized the Chindits in Burma (Myanmar) to disrupt Japanese communications. He died in an air crash
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13 November 2017 - US-based private equity firm Wingate Partners has sold Wisconsin, US-based materials provider to graphics and commercial print markets Nekoosa to New York, US-based private equity firm Sentinel Capital Partners, the company said.
Cauldwell Wingate has been contracted to provide pre-construction services and the build-out of a new office space at this location--which will become a new office hub for SMBC.
Wingate received $400,000 last year to help 50 jobseekers who face barriers to finding work.
Wingate Partners will support the current management team as Binswanger continues to provide exceptional service to a growing customer base.
Wingate obtained tax credits by purporting to be a single mum, but she was actually living with her husband, whom she had married in 1997.
All subjects performed one 30-sec Wingate Test of which blood pressure and heart rate were measured before and after the test.
An original if controversial military leader, Wingate was assured a place in military history with the tactics he employed against the Japanese in Burma.
Durham County Council, in partnership with Wingate Parish Council, Durham Constabulary and the Probation Service, held a series of education sessions and litter picks in the village from 25 September.
Babson Capital Management said it has made an equity co-investment to support Wingate Partners portfolio company Dunn Paper Inc.
Wingate won the Distinguished Service Order in Palestine, leading Special Night Squads against Arab insurrectionists who were assassinating British officials and Jewish settlers during the period 1936-1938.
Our strongest category, by far, is hardware," Wingate says.
In February 1943, the famed Operation Longcloth began, with 3,000 Chindits, led by Wingate.