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protea

any shrub or small tree of the genus Protea, of tropical and southern Africa, having flowers with coloured bracts arranged in showy heads: family Proteaceae

protea

of South Africa. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
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We are thrilled to be able to debut the Protea brand into North Africa with this beautiful destination and offer yet another exciting destination to our loyal members and welcome new ones.
Protea Hotel by Marriott Constantine joins Marriott International's strong portfolio of seven operating hotels in Algeria including Constantine Marriott Hotel, Renaissance Tlemcen, Sheraton Annaba, Sheraton Club des Pins, Sheraton Oran, Le Meridien Oran and Four Points by Sheraton Oran.
Protea plans to continue to expand the total patient number of the melanoma assay as part of its Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments validation process over the course of this year.
Developing our portfolio of biobased solutions is a priority for Protea Chemicals.
Under the deal, Protea will buy vivoPharm for USD 11.
I can see a flower and be able to say, 'Oh, yeah--that's a protea," says Marc Johnson, resident protea expert at the San Francisco Botanic Garden.
In the second quarter two Protea Hotels were also opened including Protea Hotel Lusaka Tower, Lusaka, Zambia (April) and the one just last week in Lagos Nigeria, the Protea Hotel Select Ikeja, Lagos -- August 2014.
Caption: From the left are Mark Satterfield, Chief Operations Office of Marriott International Middle East & Africa, Arthur Gillis, former CEO of the Protea Hospitality Group and the new Non-Executive Chairman, Africa Development for Marriott International, Alex Kyriakidis, President & Managing Director of Marriott International Middle East & Africa, and Otto Stehlik, founder of the Protea Hospitality Group.
Protea has 116 hotels with 10,148 rooms in seven African countries including South Africa.
We are delighted to be partnering with Protea for developing our new Lipase biotherapeutic," stated Jean-Nicolas Vernin, president of Mayoly Spindler.
According to the May 1981 issue of Hawaii Business, protea was acclimating well and bloomed best at elevations between 2,000 and 4,000 feet.
Respecto de Protea, la Suprema Corte de Justicia le nego en 2000 a los socios fundadores de dicha instancia, Alejandro Gertz Manero, secretario de Seguridad Publica y Servicios a la Justicia, y Armando Cuspinera, el derecho a defender los intereses de la asociacion, a pesar de que ese derecho lo habia reconocido la propia Suprema Corte de Justicia en materia civil en 1995.