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RGS

abbreviation for
(Physical Geography) Royal Geographical Society
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RGS Energy has engaged RHK Capital to gauge feedback and interest based on various potential terms for this potential rights offering.
Wallsend-born Jim attended the RGS between 1967 and 1977 and was introduced to rugby by John Elders, the school's sports master at the time.
RGS was established in the early 2000s in partnership with local investors in US Rain Global Services LLC to meet the coal demand in Egypt and the Middle East.
Hamad Saleh al-Qamra, Chairman, Al Qamra Holding, said his group is honoured to be partnering with the RGS Guildford.
The past 12 months included the busiest August on record for RGS and follows a highly successful 2014.
So this paper attempts to develop a Bayesian RGS plan under gamma-Poisson model.
The partnership will expand RGS Energy's capacity for solar installations on the East Coast by approximately 1-2 megawatts (MW) per month beginning in the second quarter of 2015.
We designed the RGS digital education portfolio to help school districts make the connection between experiential learning and technology in the classroom in an easy and cost-effective manner, said Scott MacDonald, vice president and general manager, RGS.
The Britain from the Air exhibition is being staged by the RGS alongside the Institute of British Geographers to encourage the public to discover more about the UK's places and people.
"With so many vendors submitting proposals, it was initially a tough decision, but in the end RGS Energy emerged as the clear choice," said Dan Corda, a Solarize Troy member.
The purchase price is USD16m (EUR11.6m), which includes a cash portion of USD7m and USD9m in unregistered RGS Energy Class A common stock.
All RGS linear rail systems feature standard wear-compensating, anti-backlash driven carriages to insure repeatable and accurate positioning.