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Conceptually developed by Chromavis with EBA Engineering of Crema, it is an architectural project "unprecedented in the sector, and represents the character of a company that is definitely future-driven, in constant expansion and increasingly projected towards creativity and innovation." The new building, destined to become a landmark in Cosmetic Valley, will group together on a single site all the offices and current production units ofVaiano Cremasco, Chieve and Crespiatica.
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Current glycemic status and diabetes related complications among type 2 diabetes patients in India: data from the A1 chieve study.
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"This exhibition is a real translation of His Majesty, the supreme commander of the armed forces, and the key role of special forces in the defence of nations and peoples and to guarantee security and stability to chieve development, growth and prosperity for all nations," said SOFEX Director General Amer Tabbaa said in an opening address.
DENNIS Mortimer will forever go down in Villa Park folklore as the man who held aloft the eague Championship, the European Cup and the uropean Super Cup during a 10 year Villa career that saw him chieve unparalleled success.
Jennings played 119 times in goal for orthern Ireland during a career that saw him chieve the rare distincion of becoming a legend t both Tottenham and Arsenal.
Similarly the daily interactions in the classroom, parade field, and athletic fields develop a graciousness and sociability within instructors--skills that are so critical to the transformational leader's ability, on other fields, to a chieve policy consensus with allied and coalitional leaders.