Based in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, Azimuth and Linchpin
operate in the strategic fields of computer network operations and vulnerability research for intelligence partners and other government, defense and security agencies around the world.
"He can be (the linchpin
) because he can do anything out there.
offers tools to help people go from waiting for instructions (a time drag for bosses and an underutilization of good employees) to figuring out what to do next, which makes everyone look good.
On sentencing Wright, Judge Roger Thorn said: "You were the linchpin
to it all."
A federal judge dismissed the men's convictions in 2006 after ruling a "linchpin
" witness in their cases received a deal from prosecutors that was never disclosed to the defence.
Nolan said: "Ben has been the linchpin
of our defence and has been nothing short of terrific.
The expected four-month absence of Emirates linchpin
Cesc Fabregas (below) signals the beginning of the end for the Gunners' season.
A FATHER who who died with his son as they cleared up flood damage at a rugby club was described as a community "linchpin
When courts evaluate whether additional insured coverage should be limited to vicarious liability, the contract language establishing the insurance requirement becomes the linchpin
of the analysis.
Given their expertise, could they not have warned the administration of its folly in focusing on Iraq as the linchpin
of its Middle East policy?
Brian Dalling, group finance director, said: "Bangor has been a linchpin
in our growth strategy for this year and we have seen a real growth in business following the appointment of Richard Hughes as regional director earlier in the year."