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knoll

a small rounded hill

knoll

[‚nōl]
(geology)
A mound rising less than 3300 feet (1000 meters) from the sea floor. Also known as sea knoll.
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Knoll said the acquisition further advances its strategy of building its global capability as a go-to resource for workplaces and homes, including the commercial contract, decorator to-the-trade and consumer markets.
Triton Knoll offshore wind farm Ltd, a subsidiary of RWE Npower Renewables Ltd (RWE) and Statkraft is planning to undertake the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm project in the North Sea 33km from the Lincolnshire coast, the UK.
Knoll is a design firm that Hans Knoll and his wife Florence founded in 1938-a time when people were moving to America.
The East Greenville, Pennsylvania-headquartered company also recognised its partnership with the Al Reyami Group, a UAE multinational conglomerate that is the sole distributor of Knoll products in the country at a dinner event in Dubai late on Wednesday.
Knoll will take approximately 50,000 s/f on the second, third and fourth floors at 1330 Avenue of the Americas for offices and a showroom.
8220;In our world today where the internet allows us to connect and communicate instantly with people anytime, anywhere, on their laptops and iPhones, there's absolutely no reason why local businesses should be suffering,” Knoll claims.
I'll just say that the common land named in the dispute as Swindon Knowl, or in some documents, Swinden Knowl, was always known when I was a lad as Swinney Knoll.
If you do something as a passion, and then do it professionally, it's less attractive as a hobby," Knoll says.
One of 147 exhibitors this year, Knoll plans on returning as a third-time exhibitor in 2010 for the Paris show, which will run June 9-10, 2010.
Furniture company Knoll has reached its 2010 goal of an additional 2% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions over its Phase 1 results as part of its program with the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX).
Light Factory was originally written by John Knoll, the cocreator of Photoshop, to create the photon torpedoes in the film "Star Trek: First Contact.
When we first published reports of the RATION MAN operation, mean spirited critics claimed this was nothing more than a publicity stunt and that publisher Scott Taylor was wantonly abusing a young intern by forcing Knoll to become a human guinea pig.