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  • | established = 2000 ...University School of Law]] serves as a center for instruction and research in international and comparative law. Through a combination of education and r
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  • ...ents (water and sugar strained through coffee grounds), this syrup is used in other local cuisine such as [[coffee milk]] and [[coffee cabinet]]s. ...opularity of this product, coffee syrup was bottled and sold by merchants. In 1993 coffee syrup was competing against [[Del's Lemonade]] (another local d
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  • | foundation = {{start date|df=yes|2001|10}} | launch_date = October 2001
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  • ...n and Latin markets. He is professionally known as Giuseppe D. He was born in Weehawken, New Jersey on May 25, 1972 to parents Rubi (née Thache), a cosm ...al studios at this time and studied music at the Center for the Media Arts in New York City.
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  • | foundation = 2001 ...reach, with over 2,600 staff , providing and interpreting and translating in more than 160 languages.<ref name="CityAM">[http://www.cityam.com/the-capit
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  • ...d its oft-honored founder [[Hy Mayerson]]. Additionally, the firm operates in the [[Meeting House Law Building & Gallery]], a Chester County [[historic]] ...ocuses on its local business in that greater tri-county area, most heavily in [[Spring City, Pennsylvania|Spring City]], [[Royersford]], [[Boyertown]], [
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  • ...ux Leisure Appliances, by that time a part of the [[Electrolux Group]]. In 2001 Leisure Appliances was divested to [[EQT Partners]] and Dometic was selecte [[Category:Manufacturing companies of Sweden]]
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  • |established = 1991 ...ol of the Rockies''' was founded in 1991, and is a culinary school located in [[Boulder, Colorado]], USA. It is a nationally accredited program offering
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  • ...amed as Thermo Fibertek Inc. and became a fully independent public company in the same year. The company focuses on papermaking, paper recycling, and ot ...manah Design and Manufacturing Inc. for Canadian dollars (CAD) 54 million in cash, or approximately USD 52 million.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://investor.
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  • |foundation = 2001 |location = [[Fuzhou]], China<br><small>With offices in:</small><br>[[Beijing]], China <br>[[Tokyo]], Japan<br>[[Seoul]], Korea<br>
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  • ...eriod, with the first modern winery being established at [[Rishon LeZion]] in 1882. ...er."<ref>{{harvnb|Broshi|2001|p=155}}</ref> Wine was also to be used later in the Jewish sacrificial ritual to supplement other offerings.<ref name="Bors
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=December 2013}} ...March Grassroots Group, April 15, 2001]</ref> VoterMarch is headquartered in New York City and included affiliate chapters VoterMarch DC, [[Seattle]] Vo
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  • ...ance Nieman Road Building.png|thumb|The City Wide Maintenance headquarters in Lenexa, KS.]] | genre = <!-- Only used with media and publishing companies -->
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  • Roger has just played one of the lead roles in the upcoming film version of the highly successful internet comedy " Svenga Roger was also one of the leads in the BAFTA Cymru winning " A Bit Of Tom Jones ".
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  • ...founded by Stanford dropout Joe Liemandt. Trilogy has additional offices in [[Bangalore]] and [[Hangzhou]]. Its clients include [[Ford Motor Company]] ...table for its Trilogy University program, which was the topic of the April 2001 ''[[Harvard Business Review]]'' article "No Ordinary Boot Camp."<ref>{{cite
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  • ...tle=About Us|publisher=Firefly}}</ref> The company operates three offices in three countries across Europe and employs approximately 25 people. ...mpany's first clients included [[Oracle Corporation|Oracle]] and [[Dell]]. In 1997, Firefly helped launch [[BBC News Online]]
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  • ...employs over 1000 employees across China and the 20 countries it operates in. ...ies. In 1992 it became part of the Tonghua Dongbao enterprise group, and in 1994 Dongbao Pharmaceutical stock was launched on the Shanghai stock excha
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  • ...tre pieces based on extensive research in Eastern Europe, Siberia and Asia in Yara’s signature style of: multilingual dialogue and songs supported by e ...ns, poets and other artists from New York, Kyiv, Kyrgyzstan and Buryatia. In the constantly fluctuating world of theatre, Yara has been able to foster a
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=December 2013}} ...igh tyre wear he invented the [[ball differential]] a design first for use in radio controlled cars.
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=January 2014}} ...various states, Societies Registration Act, 1860, Section 25 of the Indian Companies Act, 1956, Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976</ref> with an intern
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