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alerion

(əˈlɪərɪən) or

allerion

n
an eagle, usually without a beak or feet
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On Wednesday last week, the company announced the conclusion of a legal and valuation review of its AUD2.2 million, about USD1.5 million, Alerion Consulting Ltd acquisition.
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Lonestar paid $38.7M for a 3,084 gross / 2,706 net acres in the Sugarkane Field in DeWitt County, Texas from Sabine Oil & Gas Corporation and Alerion Gas AXA, LLC.
In (49) and (50), [T.sub.F] denotes lift fan thrust; [T.sub.L] and [T.sub.R] denote the left and right engine thrusts, respectively; [[delta].sub.F] denotes the lift fan rudder deflection angle; [[delta].sub.L] and [[delta].sub.R] denote the left and right engine thrust vector nozzle deflections, respectively; [d.sub.xf] denotes the distance from the lift fan center to the vehicle mass center in body x -axis; [d.sub.xt] and [d.sub.yt] denote the distance from the engine nozzle to the vehicle mass center in body x-axis and y-axis, respectively; and [[delta].sub.a], [[delta].sub.e], and [[delta].sub.r] represent the alerion, elevator, and rudder, respectively.
12, 2013, 11:44 AM), http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-care/what-makes-u-s-healthcare-so-overpriced- its- not-f2D11582695 (quoting a study by Hamilton Moses of the Alerion Institute and Johns Hopkins University).
Special thanks to the Spyker C8 Alerion driver, in breathtaking orange!
Montreal, Canada 2/15/06--ART Advanced Research Technologies, a maker of optical molecular imaging products for small animal imaging and diagnosis of breast cancer, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire substantially all the imaging technology and product assets of Alerion Biomedical.
Minnette Gaudet's and Constance Hieatt's translation of Machaut's Dit de l'Alerion also contains a brief introduction providing a sketch of Machaut's life and work, some discussion of the structure and content of L'Alerion (see also Appendix B), and a useful indication and discussion of Machaut's sources (see also Appendix A).