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arle

(ɑːrl)
vb (tr)
to make a down payment for (something)
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Pennsylvanias ARLE program aims to improve safety at signalized intersections by providing automated enforcement at locations where data shows red-light running has been an issue.
Chief of Arles region's exporters association Francois Delueze described Iran as an "important market" that should be given attention in post-sanctions era.
29 November 2016 - US-based investment firm KKR (NYSE: KKR) has signed an agreement to acquire UK private equity firm Arle Capital Partners' stake in Swedish bed manufacturer Hilding Anders, the firm said.
Candover bought Stork in 2008 in a 1.6-billion-euro deal and ownership transferred to Arle in 2010 as part of agreements Candover made when it decided to wind itself down.
The developers, Arle Realty, wanted their development to span the right-of-way (20) and had already waited until the tracks had been removed to give their new shopping plaza, Grant Park, better access.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-April 15, 2014--Northern Trust wins Arle Capital EUR 2bn private equity administration mandate
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(One of the co-authors of the article about TransCert, Arle Lommel, has been extremely helpful in making this special issue happen, both during the beginning stage of this collection and at the end of the editorial process.)
We had also planned to walk a section of the linear St Swithun's Way to the Georgian town of Arlesford which, although touted to be ''one of the county's finest'', I found rather nondescript, although there is a very appealing short walk along the River Arle. Much more to my liking was the hamlet of Cheriton, a mile or so further on, where The Flowerpots Inn and accompanying brewery is worth special mention.