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Noun1.SEB - a form of staphylococcal enterotoxin that has been used as an incapacitating agent in biological warfare
bioarm, biological weapon, bioweapon - any weapon usable in biological warfare; "they feared use of the smallpox virus as a bioweapon"
staphylococcal enterotoxin - a soluble exotoxin produced by some strains of staphylococcus; a cause of food poisoning
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SEB experts project the Latvian economy to grow by 2.4 percent this year.
Therese Sundin travelled from Linkoping to apply for a job at SEB in Stockholm.
In her role as CEO of the fund company, Ragnartz will report to the board of SEB Investment Management AB, and in her role as divisional head will report to Johan Torgeby.
All conditions for the sale have been fulfilled and the business including employees, customer contracts and systems are transferred from SEB to Danica on 7 June 2018.
Paus joined SEB in 1992 and has held numerous positions within the Large Corporates & Financial Institutions division in Norway, Germany and Singapore.
Keen and talented musicians since they were just four years old, a simple trip and fall as Seb rushed to show his mum something he had learned on the piano could have ended any chance of a career in music before it had even began.
The doctors inform Anna, Faye and Abi that Seb is likely to recover from his accident, but they are worried about his white blood cell count, which is too low and is cause for concern.
Marking the last double-header of the campaign, rounds seven and eight at the East Anglian track really will be crucial to the outcome of the 2016 season - the Marford 20-year-old's first in endurance racing - with | Marford ace Seb Morris just 10.5 points separating Seb from the top of the standings.