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major orders

pl n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church the three higher degrees of holy orders: bishop, priest, and deacon
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This was due to orders from the non-euro area, which increased by 8.6%, supported by large-scale major orders. By contrast, domestic orders fell by 1.0% and those from the eurozone by 0.6%.
The Crosslake Fibre project is one of several major orders under the SEK33m win.
But there were a number of positives, including successful completion of a move from the Main Market to AIM and some major orders.
Siemens has now received two major orders from Qatar in a short span of time.
The broker believes that the licence per pharmacy costs between EUR 1,200 (USD 1,800) and EUR 1,500 per year and that discounts are given on major orders.
The company attributed the inferior result to the continued postponement of major orders by the German armed forces.
HI-TECH St Helens company Rainford EMC Systems is celebrating overseas success after multi-million pound sales in India and China and major orders in three other Asia-Pacific markets.
A lack of major orders at the Singapore Airshow could point to a deeper than predicted cyclical downturn for planemakers already smarting from delivery delays on new aircraft.
YET another major company - in this case computer giant Time and Tiny - has crashed, leaving scores of customers out of pocket and with major orders unfulfilled.
The show has been responsible for several major orders from new customers and resulted in the appointment of two new exclusive Wolf distributors for Germany, Belgium / Luxemburg and a Hamburg-based marine market stockholder.
A company has expanded across the globe scooping major orders with the help of UK Trade & Invest ment.
"Major orders such as this confirm the global icon status of the London- style taxi, which is instantly recognised all over the world."