parter

Related to parter: porter

parter

(ˈpɑːtə)
n
a person or thing that parts; separator
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Grass Valley has sold its German systems integration business to PARTER Capital Group, a major equity investment firm based in Frankfurt, Germany.
Baizakov met with representatives of parter organizations with the purpose to strengthen cooperation of the penitentiary system with international organizations, the press office of the State Penitentiary Service said.
Northwest Airlines, Delta's subsidiary, will operate the service in cooperation with its joint venture parter, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.
By looking at the evidence of various experts, the two- parter shows the dangers we face when myth and reality merge in the minds of people like Hardman.
Amenities such as a state-of-the-art phone system and free use of conference rooms are provided, as well as access to a Commercial Concierge service provided by Parter International, Inc.
Contract notice: Reconstruction and parter of Kej Macedonia.
French media equipment group Technicolor (EPA:TCH) said Thursday it has received a binding offer for its transmission business from German private equity investment consultancy firm Parter Capital Group.
Winners were another Kings Norton team, "The Untouchables," comprising Dean Kirby, Stuart Kirby, Chris Gadd and Mike Parter.
Fresh from earning a fortune from the Harry Potter franchise, Robbie Coltrane returns to TV at the end of March in a two- parter entitled The Plan Man about a "brilliant lawyer" with (wait for it) "a dark side".
At 1540 Broadway, those services will be provided by a "Commercial Concierge" and, for this role, Bertelsmann has hired Parter International, a consulting firm that assists international firms here and abroad.
One victim was injected with enough botulism to kill him in three days - handy timescale for a two parter.