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a plant, animal, substance, etc., closely related to another in characteristics or form
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Scott Carmilani, the founder and long-time CEO of Allied World, is moving up to corporate parent Fairfax Insurance Group in a newly-created executive role.
In 1928, Allied opened a synthetic ammonia plant and quickly became the world's leading producer of ammonia.
Los Alamitos, CA, November 08, 2012 --(PR.com)-- In the August issue of Beverly Hills Times, Suzanne Takowsky wrote a piece on Andy Khawaja, CEO of Allied Wallet.
The chief executive of a hedge fund disputed the assertion in a New York Times article that Allied World Assurance Co.
Bengaluru, Karnataka, May 30 -- Allied Telesis hosted its Annual Partner Summit 2011 at The Golden Palms resort, Bangalore.
The KFOC offers a number of research grants, fellowships, and scholarships to biomedical and allied health professionals, which fund research and promote the development of investigators.
FLOORING firm Allied Carpets was yesterday placed into administration, putting about 1,100 jobs under threat.
Clients and contacts from Allied Irish Bank (GB)'s North Birmingham branch in Wylde Green enjoyed a meal at one of the city's top Indian restaurants as they watched the recent Ireland v England match in the Six Nations.
This manuscript presents an in depth review of the literature on the tenure policies and practices in allied health and nursing education.
The Elderly Services Team of Naperville, Ill., together with the city's residential waste hauler Allied Waste Services held a brief ceremony in late March to introduce On the Watch, a senior safety program, and to recognize the Allied driver who inspired the program.
Allied Partners has announced it will sell its share of the landmark Citigroup Tower to co-owner, Boston Properties.