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sollar

(ˈsɒlə)
n
1. (Architecture) archaic dialect an attic
2. (Mining & Quarrying) a mining platform
3. obsolete an area that is exposed to the sun
vb (tr)
(Architecture) to put in a floor or a sollar
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For example, it use in nanocomposites, sollar cells, flexible electrodes for displays, electronic circuits, sensors [6].
"We are creating homes that capture the historical grace and charm of Jackson Heights while incorporating features that reflect a contemporary lifestyle," said Marilyn Sollar, director of sales and leasing for Delta Management LLC, managing agent for the sponsor entities.
A mesma area, decorrido pouco mais de um mes, foi nomeada de Sollar das Paineiras e loteada pela proprietaria da area em tres etapas, ainda que sem averbacao da area, havendo ja vendido todos os lotes das primeira e segunda etapa.
This term's vice presidents and chairs for the organization's committees are as follows: Stephanie Lowder of Graphic Solutions Inc., marketing; Deborah Klein of Inside Designer Inc., membership; Sev Ritchie of FurnitureFan, mentoring; Kathy Wall of The Media Matters, education; Elaine Sollar Eisen of P.D.
Pictured I-r are: Eugene Webb, Jerome Belson (ABO president), Robert Nelson, Richard Rosan (ULI Worldwide President), Elaine Sollar-Eisen, Arnold Sollar, Dan Nelson.
ABO Exec Dir Nicholas LaPorte, Delta Management's Marilyn Sollar McCormick, & John Busch color
From left to right: ABO board member Lou Romano, co-chairman Arnold Sollar, director Elaine Sollar-Eisen, District Attorney Joseph Hynes, NYC Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, president Jerome Belson, Brooklyn Law School Professor Elizabeth Ross, Esq., DOE FUND president, George McDonald.
Caption: Acting Commissioner of the New York City Department of Buildings, Robert LiMandri (center) together with the board members of the Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York president Jerome Belson (left) and co-chairman Arnold Sollar kicked off BuildingsNY 2008, the largest annual real estate trade show on the East Coast.