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astel

[′as·təl]
(mining engineering)
An overhead boarding or arching in a mine gallery.
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Astel, "Mineral water: types of mineral water," in Encyclopedia of Food and Health, pp.
Karl Ronny KlungtvedtChief Executive OfficerProsafe Management ASTel: +47 908 81 657
Operator of a satellite fleet SES WORLD SKIES, a division of SES SA (Paris:SESG)(LUxX:SESG), announced today that Astel, a telecommunications provider in Kazakhstan, is using its NSS-6 satellite to deliver the first high-speed mobile broadband and phone services to commuter train passengers in Kazakhstan.
ASTEL, a leading service provider in Kazakhstan and long-standing customer of Gilat, managed the equipment installation.
The hope for German renewal, "the new springtime" that would assure immortality of the German nation, arose from following the consequences of natural selection (Astel, 1935, n.
Hitler habia muerto y los cientificos que lo apoyaban--como Karl Astel, director del Instituto de Riesgos Asociados al Tabaco de Jena, y Leonardo Vonti, activista--se suicidaron, fueron silenciados o tomados prisioneros.
Alongside the second-largest NTT DoCoMo, the Astel group, the third-largest PHS service provider, is also scaling down its PHS operations.
Also developing nicely is the entertaining cop-buddy relationship between Nicky and old-timer Astel. Astel drives home drunk and is horrified to find blood on his car the next day.
Other shady characters to look out for in the series include straight-talking fellow Sergeant Rick Astel, who gets off on the wrong foot with Cole but will no doubt end up as his ally and new best mate.
(71) The dialogue in Trissino's Il castellano takes place in Rome, in the papal fortress of C astel Sant'Angelo, with Giovanni Rucellai, Clement's castellan, appearing as one of the interlocutors.
iii 7) ist weniger glucklich gewahlt, da astel i=i=s "seine Frau" durch das Possessivpronomen -i- determiniert wird.
TTNet attributed the operating revenue dip to a revenue shrinkage at its division in charge of personal-handy phone system (PHS) operations, known under the Astel brand.