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pulsant

(ˈpʌlsənt)
adj
literary pulsating; vibrant
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The Chamber's first North East GDPR Summit was supported by the Northern Society of Chartered Accountants and saw Womble Bond Dickinson, Arthur J Gallagher, KPMG, Pulsant Business Unlimited share their insights, including these key tips: 1) Get certified - working towards recognised certifications like Cyber Essentials and ISO27001 can help you get your processes in order, and show the regulator you're taking the issue seriously.
The exercise saw the UK Top 100 law firms IT team working intensively with IT company Pulsant to prepare Ward Hadaways systems to ensure they passed the rigorous inspection and were awarded the Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation by accreditation body IASME.
Now the firm's plans have taken a new twist, with the IT infrastructure and support specialist joining forces with Reading-based Pulsant to create a group with greater geographical spread, and a customer base more than 4,000 strong.
Onyx CEO Neil Stephenson said: "We have known Pulsant for many years and always felt that combining Onyx and Pulsant would provide a very strong UK-wide player.
A completorio--dice Durando--sive a vespera qua Dominus traditus fuit, campanarum silentium inchoatur; alii adprimam huius quintae feriae et non ulterius pulsant campanas, fit tamen signum cum tabula.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 16, 2014-Oak Hill Capital Partners to buy UK Pulsant
The event, sponsored by Bank of Scotland and Pulsant, was hosted by comedian Jo Caulfield.
Knook serves as non-executive chairman at Pulsant Limited, a UK provider of IT infrastructure services, He is also on the board of QuantumWave Capital.
Virtual reality creates an interpretant-sign at runtime efficiency (that is, the pulsant speed of generating a new or renewed interpretant or meaning).
d] is the amplitude coefficient of pulsant flow rate, and it can be proved that
As the sacrificial rite plays out before him, the speaker hears "black drums thrusting on," then declares that "[he], too, was liege / To rainbows currying each pulsant bone" (64).
fluminaque obliquis cinxit declivia ripis, quae diversa locis partim sorbentur ab ipsa, in mare perveniunt partim campoque recepta liberioris aquae pro ripis litora pulsant.