This remarkable instinct was first discovered in the Formica (Polyerges) rufescens by Pierre Huber, a better observer even than his celebrated father.
Formica sanguinea, on the other hand, possesses much fewer slaves, and in the early part of the summer extremely few.
sanguinea, which, as we have seen, is less aided by its slaves than the same species in Switzerland, I can see no difficulty in natural selection increasing and modifying the instinct--always supposing each modification to be of use to the species--until an ant was formed as abjectly dependent on its slaves as is the Formica rufescens.
According to him, Formica
is growing 10 percent per year in Asia, but its sales growth in the Philippines is increasing an even more impressive 25 percent annually.
As one of the few businesses to locate its European HQ and manufacturing operations in the North East, where it has had a presence for 70 years, Formica
Group is just as much a global brand as it is part of the fabric of people's lives in the region.
has been a major employer in the North East's manufacturing sector for more than 70 years, making laminate products at its sites in North Shields and Newton Aycliffe, County Durham.
Under the original FORMICA
Live Environment Training (LET) agreement signed between FORSCOM and INSCOM, FORSCOM HUMINT Soldiers executed FORMICA
under TACON of INSCOM, pursuant to their DHE authorities as delegated from DA G2.
Liz visits the Formica
Group plant twice a month, responding to varying requirements for preemployment screening, role and risk-based medicals and annual health surveillance.
added "We have a very strong presence in the US with retail fund assets of about USD7.
chose this director as the subject of her first book, which looks at Weir within a framework of trans-nationalism (and migration), and the application of the auteur theory.
Rovers made the perfect start, with Formica
grabbing his first goal of the season.
entered into an agreement on the acquisition via Formica
Laminates (India) Private Ltd.