Praesepe


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Praesepe

(praɪˈsiːpɪ)
n
(Celestial Objects) an open cluster of several hundred stars in the constellation Cancer, visible to the naked eye as a hazy patch of light
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Cashino and parent company Praesepe have been amazing, and to date have donated PS820,000 allowing CHIPS to provide more than 150 powered wheelchairs up and down the country.
The associate members who provide funding for the group include gaming machine industry trade body Bacta, the Hippodrome Casino, casino and arcades machine manufacturer Novomatic, plus casino and arcades company Praesepe, who the ABB said were "vested interests" who would benefit should the recommendations of the report be implemented.
Examples are the Jewel Box, Pleiades, Hyades and Praesepe.
The message from Nick Harding, the boss of arcades firm Praesepe, is to the chief executive of industry watchdog BACTA, John White.
Cancer contains one of the best known open clusters, the Beehive or Praesepe, designated M44 by Messier when he compiled his catalogue of fuzzy objects to avoid when searching for comets.
Each hot Jupiter circles a different sun-like star in the Beehive Cluster, also called the Praesepe, a collection of roughly 1,000 stars that appear to be swarming around a common centre.
Praesepe plc, which bought the seafront bingo club from the Noble Organisation in April 2012, operates all its clubs as Beacon Bingo.
Maria ad Praesepe, la Betlemme di Roma; Antichita e significato della denominazione S.
British investor Marwyn Management Partners (LON:MMP) said Wednesday itA would launch a compulsory offer for the rest of Praesepe (LON:PRA), after its takeover offer for the domestic adult gaming centres (AGCs) operator had received 92.
These rotation periods span the gap between the periods measured for the solar-type and lowest-mass Praesepe members, and indicate that the orderly mass-rotation relation seen for higher mass Praesepe members begins to break down at ~0.
GATESHEAD gaming company the Noble Organisation has sold 14 of its adult gaming centres (AGCs) to rival operator Praesepe for pounds 2.