chockstone

chockstone

(ˈtʃɒkˌstəʊn)
n
1. (Mountaineering) a stone securely jammed in a crack. It may vary in size from a pebble to a large boulder
2. (Mountaineering) another name for chock3
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And The HOST, a romantic, action sci-fi, based on Stephenie Meyer's bestselling novel adapted for the screen and directed by Andrew Niccol, starring Saoirse Ronan, and produced by Nick Wechsler, Stephenie Meyer and Chockstone Pictures.
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While Paula Mae and I will still have major involvement in the Agency, the high performance of Schwartz Communications' management team allows us now to spend more time on our film company, Chockstone Pictures.
NYSE:HPY), a leading provider of credit/debit/prepaid card processing, payroll, check management and payments solutions, has closed on its acquisition of Chockstone, Inc.
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Record-setting transactions in excess of $1 billion made 2007 a landmark year for Chockstone Inc.
As part of the agreement, Chockstone is the recommended loyalty processing provider for RBS Lynk's restaurant customers, providing them the tools to analyze and act upon customer transaction data in real time.
With Hooton's guidance, Chockstone is positioned to scale quickly to meet the demands of our growing client and channel partner portfolio.
0 demonstrates how we continue to listen and respond to what clients say they need to succeed in today's crowded marketplace," said Jeff Lipp, CEO of Chockstone.
First available to select restaurants within the Chockstone customer portfolio in 2007, the Meet & Greet service has provided participating restaurants with an average frequency increase of 27 percent from enrolled guests year over year.
Key UWM import brands include Pinot Evil (Corsica, France), A Mano (Puglia, Italy), Casarsa (Friuli, Italy), Herding Cats (Western Cape, South Africa), Now & Zen (Alsace, France), Kiwi Cuvee (Loire, France), Santa Ana (Mendoza, Argentina), Chockstone (Yarra Valley, Australia) and Silver Birch (Marlborough, New Zealand).