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inion

[′in·ē‚än]
(anthropology)
The external occipital protuberance of the skull.
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Another way of looking at this is to see Inion Choilm Mhoir's narrative as self-sufficient, but contained within Caitriona Phaidin's narrative.
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Auvo Kaikkonen, CEO of Inion, commented, "We are delighted that our IPO has been such a success and very proud to be the first Finnish company to IPO on London's main market.
Commenting on the announcement, Dr Auvo Kaikkonen, Chief Executive Officer of Inion, said:
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