Pyramis


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Pyr´a`mis


n.1.A pyramid.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He has also held business development and client relationship roles at Pyramis Global Advisors, Deutsche Asset Management and Schroders.
Act 5 consists of the entertainment held in honor of the marriages--a thoroughly inept performance of a play within the play, Pyramis and Thisbe, based on Ovid's quasi-tragic tale of thwarted lovers who both end up committing suicide when their attempt to escape unrelenting parents goes awry.
Creeden, with nearly 10 years of experience, was formerly at Pyramis Global Advisors.
This latest research has discovered a brain pathway leading from the PAG to a highly localised part of the cerebellum, called the pyramis. The research went on to show that the pyramis is involved in generating freezing behaviour when central survival networks are activated during innate and learnt threatening situations.
Bustard, a University of Massachusetts at Amherst graduate, most recently served as Director of Sales for the Pyramis Global Advisors business unit.
Real Estate Investment Trust strategy of Pyramis Global Advisors, Smithfield, Rhode Island, ranked in the top quartile among REIT funds for the one and three years ended in June.