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redan

(rɪˈdæn)
n
(Fortifications) a fortification of two parapets at a salient angle
[C17: from French, from earlier redent notching of a saw edge, from re- + dent tooth, from Latin dēns]
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The Redan was within rifle- shot of the Malakoff; Inkerman was a mile away; and Balaklava removed but an hour's ride.
They brought them from the Malakoff, from the Redan, Inkerman, Balaklava--every where.
FMBN, REDAN, Shelter Afrique reach $2bn to tackle housing deficit in Nigeria
A 10-year aggregation deal has been inked by the French PV plant developer and operator Redan Solar (formerly known as Fonroche Solaire), a subsidiary of France-based investment companies InfraVia and NYSE-listed Eurazeo with CNR.
Publishing licencees include Redan, which will produce a magazine, while Phidal and Puffin, part of Penguin Random House Children's, are both publishing a range of book formats.
Dormie Club said it stretches across a 1,020-acre expanse of land with a design that includes reachable par fours, wind tunnels, bunkers positioned to stimulate creative strategy, and a 241-yard reverse Redan par three.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Redan Company, Awadallah bin Ahmed Al-Sulami, inaugurated, last Wednesday, the company's new branch in Obhor, north of Jeddah.
AJAX confirmed Chelsea have succeeded in prising away wonderkid Daishawn Redan.
Case of Amazon, Ideo, EuroDisney, Facebook, Wiosna, Redan, Sphinx, and other companies share experiences in operating in Eastern European markets.
Iwan Redan (2006-7): Legend has it Cardiff intercepted the striker at the airport to bring him in on loan, many surmise they got the wrong man and it was actually just some bloke heading off on holidays.
Jay Redan says he is not sure it will become widely adopted.
But it's not clear whether the seal of approval will carry much weight with Cardiff fans given it's come from Iwan Redan, a player regularly cited as one of the worst signings to have been made by the Bluebirds in recent times.