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In March 1994, TvR hired me to be the editor of Shooting Industry magazine.
Those treatments included TVP or tricuspid valve replacement (TVR) for the principle element in the treatment of Ebstein's anomaly and additional concomitant procedures for the correction of comorbid anomalies.
Customers who put down deposits for a TVR Griffith a few years ago may be getting twitchy.
TVR's all new sports car will be joined by several of the brand's legendary heritage models, as part of the Built in Britain display.
The Griffith is the first car launched by TVR since the company's relaunch in 2013, and it caused a big stir upon its initial reveal back in September 2017.
It is the first car from TVR since the company's relaunch in 2013, and it caused a big stir upon its initial reveal back in September 2017.
It is expected TVR will build its new Griffith, pictured right, which was launched at Goodwood in September, in the new factory when it is completed in 2019.
It features a large, angular front grille with deep air intakes at either side, while the lights have been designed to mimic those of the original TVR Griffith.
It is the first TVR to be launched since the firm were resurrected in British hands.
The vehicle will be produced at the carmaker's new facility in Wales instead of the original TVR factory in Blackpool.
Innofactor Oyj (HEL:IFA1V), a Nordic provider of digitalisation and cloud solutions, announced on Tuesday its selection by the Unemployment Insurance Fund (TVR) to provide IT specialist services needed for information system development.
TVR recorded losses of about 24 million lei ($6.04 million) last year on turnover of 484 million, its annual report submitted to parliament showed.
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