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floreat

(ˈflɒrɪæt)
vb (intr) , pl floreant
may (a person, institution, etc) flourish: floreat Oxonia!.
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This experiment was conducted in an evaporatively cooled, natural-light glasshouse at CSIRO, Floreat Park, WA, Australia (31[degrees]95'S, 115[degrees]79'E) during the 2014 growing season (May--November).
Reeve is spending part of the summer in England during the close season in Australia where he coaches Subiaco Floreat in Perth's western suburbs.
Shropshire Housing Group provides new homes for sale and shared ownership through Floreat Development Ltd.
1:54 brought together three people deeply engaged in the art world to discuss the fair: Hussam Otaibi, managing partner of Floreat Group, the main sponsor of the fair and founder of Modern Forms: Laetitia Catoir, director at Blain|Southern, and part of the 1:54 Artistic Committee; and Nick Hackworth, director of Modern Forms.
Logan is the first female head of Glenalmond in the school's history, which dates back to 1847 when founder WE Gladstone coined the motto Floreat Glenalmond ("Let Glenalmond Flourish").
As well as chairing the British Transport Police Authority and joining international communications firm Hume Brophy, Ms McVey has also accepted roles with independent private investment office the Floreat Group as a special advisor and with two universities.
For six centuries Durham School's motto has been Floreat Dunelmia - may Durham School flourish.
In return for giving planning approval to Floreat Homes, part of Shropshire Housing Group, for the use of greenbelt land for seven new homes in Neenton, villagers secured the funding to refurbish and transform its derelict pub into a thriving new community hub.
AFFILIATIONS: HAN--Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, Colorado; VIALARD--Laboratoire d'Oceanographie: Experimentation et Approches Numeriques, IRD, CNRS, MNHN, Universite Paris 6, Paris, France; MCPHADEN--NOAA/Pacific Marine Environment Laboratory, Seattle, Washington; LEE--Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California; MASUMOTO--Climate Variation Predictability and Applicability Research Program, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Yokohama, Japan; FENG--CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Center for Environment and Life Sciences, Floreat, Western Australia, Australia; DE RUIJTER--Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands
And when Brother Valentine, say could be moved from Cairns to Adelaide or Sister Romuald could be moved from Floreat Park to Randwick, Catholics who met in military camps or sporting teams or other places could quickly form links.
At Floreat Oval, Cook spent his time jogging and stretching with the medical staff to raise concerns over a back that has flared up before, although it has yet to cost him a Test match, the report added.
Flintoff also had encouraging words for England captain Alastair Cook, who along with Broad sat out a practice session at Floreat Oval in Western Australia as the tourists trained ahead of their opening three-day game against a Western Australia Chairman's XI at the WACA Ground later this week.