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loma

(ˈləʊmə)
n
(Zoology) a lobe or connective tissue on the toe of a bird
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EEF, dubbed the most powerful force that backs UK manufacturing, hand-picked Loma for creating and successful implementing a suite of business methods, which Loma calls their ToolBox'.
Loma Negra is one of the top businesses in the portfolio of private equity-backed InterCement, which has upward of 30 million tons of cement capacity across mills in four South American and three African countries, along with administrative offices in Austria, Brazil and Portugal.
Loma Negra's ADR program was established through a USD 1.
Una propuesta mas reciente es la del arquitecto Marius Egge, quien propuso un modelo de Parque Loma en Villa Maria del Triunfo (Egg, 2013).
The SVP (Product and Marketing) of Loewen - Clyde Loewen has revealed that though his organization and La Loma deliver products for the high-end residential and high-end light commercial market segments, La Loma, which is based at Tucson in Arizona, offers a bit different line of products.
The Loma Lux over-the-counter medications are science-based and come in new contemporary packaging spotlighting their patented, natural mineral skin ailment formulations.
As part of its commitment to quality, Rannoch Smokery recognised a need to source only best of breed inspection equipment, leading to the installation of its first Loma IQ3 metal detector several years ago on a line producing bulk vacuum packs of meat and game.
To underscore the event's increasing focus on how the use of technology can inform and enhance strategic business decisions, promotion for the 2013 ACORD LOMA Forum will employ the tagline, "Technology.
But at the age of 55, Seychelles-born Loma has decided to finally hang up her nurse's uniform.
The boards of directors of LIMRA and LOMA approved the proposal to unite and will now ask their respective members to approve it, according to a joint announcement by the organizations.