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alerion

(əˈlɪərɪən) or

allerion

n
an eagle, usually without a beak or feet
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Objective: Alerion Technologies commercialises turnkey data solutions for extreme environments through proprietary RPAS that are autonomous and intelligent.
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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.
The Dit is perhaps one of Machaut's less accessible works, in which the progress of the narrator's affections and emotional maturity is associated with his dealings in the manner of a falconer with four birds (sparrowhawk, alerion, eagle, and gerfalcon): with how he gains each bird, with how their natures differ, and how he successively loses all of them, until his favourite, the alerion, unexpectedly returns to him in the end.
JFI Jets that has lately tied-up with ACP Jets has introduced a new identity for the combined entity: Alerion Aviation.
6% of US health care spending went to biomedical research, according to a study by The Alerion Institute published in the September 21 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
VTI was acquired from an investor group led by Merit Capital Partners and Alerion Capital Group for $74 million.