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Bors

(bɔːs)
(in Arthurian legend) n
1. (European Myth & Legend) one the knights of the Round Table, nephew of Lancelot
2. (European Myth & Legend) an illegitimate son of King Arthur

Bors

(bɔrz)

n.
Sir, a knight of the Round Table, nephew of Lancelot.
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In addition to commenting on war, Bors also draws about politics, culture, religion, "the pressing matter of obsessive lawn care," and more.
The proceedings are issued against Oslo Bors and the Norwegian State as represented by the Ministry of Finance.
Bors held research and faculty positions at universities in Zurich, Switzerland, and Freiburg, Germany.
The Oslo Bors provides real-time market data essential for trading and is regarded as the center of expertise for the collection, processing and distribution of financial information in the Norwegian securities market.
Norwegian stock exchange Oslo Bors said on Friday (3 September) that it had decided to fine road toll systems developer Q-Free ASA NOK660,000, or six times the company's annual listing fee, for violating the stock exchange regulations.
An objective of the Oslo Bors is to ensure that the market operatives effectively and this requires investor confidence and trust," said Hege Sjo, Market Director at Oslo Bors.
The Norwegian stock exchange Oslo Bors has imposed a NOK110,000 violation charge on the offshore contractor Stolt Offshore SA.
AOL Technology found that by "racking and stacking" five Greenvolt MASWFC with two super capacitators, or electric energy storage devices, the MASWFC can power the BORS Lift in remote locations for 15-50 days depending on the production level and fluid depth of the well.
The Norwegian stock exchange Oslo Bors said on Wednesday (26 November) that it had imposed a NOK330,000 violation charge on the IT company Hands ASA for a breach of the obligation to prepare a prospectus in connection with a share issue in May 2003.
The 62nd Annual meeting of the Kansas Independent Oil & Gas Association (KIOGA) will feature the latest technological advancement in oil production for marginal or "stripper" wells, the BORS Lift(tm) (Balanced Oil Recovery System).