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octagon

(less commonly), octangle
a polygon having eight sides

octagon

[′äk·tə‚gän]
(mathematics)
A polygon with eight sides.
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But Interpublic are looking into selling off Octagon, which runs four British circuits including Brands Hatch, throwing the rights to the race into confusion.
Walking out to Octagon and stepping into a cage is something I literally do every single day of my life.
Octagon plans to build new office space at 250 Park and relocate there in the summer of 2016.
The Octagon is going to be divided into five blocks A to E.
26 September 2012 - Irish management consulting and outsourcing firm Accenture Plc (NYSE:ACN) said today it had finalised its acquisition of US clinical and regulatory information management solutions provider Octagon Research Solutions Inc.
With 380-strong headcount, Octagon is deeply experienced in clinical data services and regulatory submissions.
Available to buy is The Octagon at Stoneleigh Abbey, a refurbished and converted former gardener's bothy in the showpiece grounds of the Grade
Parent company Interpublic responded by revealing they were pursuing an 'exit strategy' which could see Octagon sold off for less than their pounds 43m valuation.
Parent company Interpublic responded by revealing they were pursuing an ``exit strategy'' which could see Octagon sold off for less than their pounds 43m valuation.
With PMS-WIN software, says Octagon, the thickness profile may be presented as a polar or a Cartesian chart.
Chris Epstein, of Octagon, said: "With demand for rally schooling increasing both for the serious enthusiast, corporate days and as a gift purchase, the 206 will help many to live the dream and might discover future rally stars.
Stewart, president of the British Racing Drivers' Club, believes his organisation which is based at Silverstone, Octagon and the Government can help make the future of the sport a lot brighter in this country.