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Eldon

(ˈɛldən)
n
(Biography) Earl of, title of John Scott. 1751–1838, British statesman and jurist; Lord Chancellor (1801–06, 1807–27): an inflexible opponent of parliamentary reform, Catholic emancipation, and the abolition of slavery
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Did not Lord Eldon himself, the most prudent of men, make a runaway match?
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nVent Electric plc (NYSE:NVT) has signed an agreement to acquire Eldon, a privately held European-based enclosures business, for $130 million in cash.
nVent Electric announced it has signed an agreement to acquire Eldon, a privately held European-based enclosures business, for a cash purchase price of approximately $130M, subject to customary adjustment and including repayment of Eldon debt.
ELDON Garden shopping centre in Newcastle has looked in a bad way of late.
The Information Commissioner is fining Eldon PS60,000 and Leave.EU PS75,000.