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argosy

Archaic or poetic a large abundantly laden merchant ship, or a fleet of such ships
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Can any readers confirm the story of the Argosy with a nail in it and the fate of other five nails?
Argosy's strong presence in the UK, United Arab Emirates and South East Asia will help to bolster IEWC's growing broadcast and communications initiatives, while offering Argosy access to IEWC's globalised distribution network and on-site service offerings to streamline and improve Argosy's customer experience.
Consequently, most of us are now familiar with fibre and we are proud to be able to provide a growing range of solutions alongside an in-house cable termination service in support of this trend," said Steve Wingrove of Argosy Broadcast Asia.
This partnership will support Argosy customers in their transition to IP production over SMPTE 2110 and to higher resolutions of 4K and beyond, with the help of Canare's newly developed 12G products.
Los Angeles, CA, February 16, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Described as "spaced out cosmic troubadour whispering sardonic truths over a layered harmonic tsunami," singer-songwriter Gone Marshall pivots from distorted bluesy psychedelic rock of his debut album, "The Crunch" towards lyrical and alternative psych folk with his long-awaited 5 track EP, "Argosy," produced by Camerado Media.
16 January 2019 - Missouri, US-based Argosy Console, Inc., a furniture manufacturer for sound studios, has acquired all assets of Tennessee-based recording studio furniture manufacturer Sound Construction and Supply, Inc., the company said.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 31, 2018-Headhaul Capital partners with Argosy Capital to acquire Anderson Cargo
Global Banking News-October 31, 2018-Headhaul Capital partners with Argosy Capital to acquire Anderson Cargo
The advantage of nonpartnership tax treatment was spelled out recently in Argosy Technologies, LLC, T.C.
Accordingly, the penalties against Argosy were upheld.