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novar

[′nō‚vär]
(electronics)
Beam-power tube having a nine-pin base.
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There are some stretches without cellular phone service, as well as a a lack of high-speed Internet service between Callander and Novar.
With Novar's FlexStart rental program, multi-site businesses can become cash-flow positive in month one," said Novar President Dean Lindstrom.
Caradon Plumbing's previous owner Montagu, formerly a buyout business of HSBC Holdings Plc, bought the company from Caradon plc, now known as Novar plc, for pounds 442m in 2000.
INVESTMENT vehicle Melrose eased disappointment at its failure to land manufacturer Novar last year by unveiling a double deal to buy metal components maker Dynacast and the McKechnie Group, which supplies specialist engineering products, for pounds 429m.
879 million when it made an offer for the industrial group Novar.
THE SUNDAY TIMES SHARES in building materials group Novar fell sharply after it recently abandoned attempts to sell Clarke American, its US cheque printing business.
6 km run continuing from Melissa to a point halfway between Novar and Scotia.
The equity interest in AAG was acquired by Novar plc, Indalex's then parent company, in 2001.
Focused specifically on the broadband industry, the Novar suite delivers a comprehensive set of tools to schedule and insert ads, reconcile logs and invoice customers among other tasks by way of a highly efficient, completely paperless operation.
Murray Macara, defending, asked that Thomson, of Novar Street, Hamilton, be given bail, as he has a place on a HGV training course.
44bn for fire extinguisher maker Kidde and in the same month building supplies-to-cheque printer Novar was bought by Honeywell in a deal worth pounds 798m
Major US manufacturer Honeywell has agreed a pounds 798 million takeover of Novar, trumping a rival bid by UK investment vehicle Melrose.