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halma

(ˈhælmə)
n
(Games, other than specified) a board game in which players attempt to transfer their pieces from their own to their opponents' bases
[C19: from Greek halma leap, from hallesthai to leap]
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Noun1.halma - a board game in which players try to move their pieces into their opponent's bases
board game - a game played on a specially designed board
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UK-based safety, health and environmental technology group Halma plc (LSE: HLMA) has completed the simultaneous acquisitions of Argus Security S.r.l.
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For the last 25 years, Fortress Systems Pry Ltd incorporated both a Resistor business and a business selling Halma Safety Interlock products.
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Interims: Computerland, Greene King, Halma, PHS Group, Severn Trent, Victrex.
The year prior, Carnival reported EPS of USD4.44.Halma was 0.3% higher after the FTSE 100-listed safety and testing firm agreed to buy fire & evacuation systems supplier Ampac Group for AUD135 million, equivalent to GBP74 million.The deal - expected to close before the end of August - will see Halma expand its business in Australia and New Zealand.