n.1.same as Rostellum.
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A week ago, a Russian-owned arms dealer company, Rostel, claimed to have remotely captured and landed a U.
This result may be due to the more extensive use of antimicrobial agents in conventional rearing houses, which have a high density of stocked birds (Acar & Rostel, 2001; van den Bogaard, London, Driessen, & Stobberingh, 2001).
A further thought regarding the credibility of the Greens: the former spokeswoman of the Green party, Gunda Rostel, is now earning millions as manager for project development and business planning for Gelsenwasser AG , a subsidiary of the E.
The company, which enjoys retail sales of around 13m[pounds] in the Federation, has worked from the outset through Venture Impex - the Russian arm of UK agent Rostel - whose other clients include Cadbury Schweppes.
That's why we decided to go through Rostel - they already had an active distribution set-up.
Sprint Networks will deploy and operate the network through the nationwide presence of RosTel, a new organization formed by Central Telegraph of the Russian Ministry of Communications and composed of regional telegraph and communications administrations.
8:30 Validation of a Highly Thermall Conductive Iron-Cobalt Nickel Alloy as Tool Material for Injection Molds 1591344 | Peter Rostel, University of Applied Sciences
1259026 | Peter Rostel, Fachhochschule Schmalkalden