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cens

(sɑ̃s)
n
a type of annual property ground rent
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intelligent, courte- ous, and in every way a brick, and fur- ther assisted by Sir Palamides the Sara- cen, who is no huckleberry hinself.
A WARWICKSHIRE firm of accountants recently hosted a Corporate Exchange Networking event (CEN) in Coventry for business leaders and professionals from the town and its surrounding areas.
| The CEN winning team, from left, Sarah Gill, Andrew Spiers, Sarah Flint, Lesley Trett, Janet Brogan, Brian Calcutt, Sarah Darby and Julie Barnett
To effectively provide supplier information to global buyers, CENS will operate several service/circulation booths, including Hall 4.2 L35, Hall 4.2 N67, Hall 9.1 A78, and Hall 9.2 F09.
CENS said it is sending over 10 staffers to serve Taiwanese exhibitors at Automechanika, collect global buyers' data for future circulation of CENS publications, and provide on-site daily reports in Chinese to exhibitors.
While CENS is unclassified, an employee's bureau may send sensitive messages, in which case the employee may be asked to enter his or her user ID.
According to CENS, FAC tried to install a 375cc hybrid propulsion system in its Matiz model last year, but the vehicle did not exceed a top speed of 100 kilometers per hour.
The Cens team has made the device voice-enabled so it can be used for communication.
Established in 1974, CENS is Taiwan's most authoritative publisher of trade journals, providing a variety of export-oriented publications including CENS Lighting, CENS Hardware, CENS Furniture, Taiwan Machinery, and Transportation Equipment Guide (to name just a few), all of which are popular with buyers around the world.
Mae o'n aml i'w weld ar hen goed derw, ac wrth i'r dderwen heneiddio mae hi'n mynd yn fwy alcali a dyma un rheswm pam fod y cen yn gwneud mor dda yma.