stradiot


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stradiot

(ˈstrædɪət)
n
a soldier, usually of Greek or Albanian origin, who fought on horseback for the Venetian republic in the 15th and 16th centuries
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Mike Stradiot, VP of sales and marketing at AirTrim, points out that the practice of rolling up matrix on an air shaft incurs a significant long term cost.
"In addition to allowing presses to operate more hours per week, a matrix removal system can also allow faster press speeds and potentially reduce raw material costs," says Stradiot.
Booking is good and it's a good market," Pia Stradiot, spokesperson for Austrian Airlines, told The Media Line.
Austrian Airlines offers the route five times weekly and while the airline would not disclose the capacity of their flights, Stradiot said they were pleased with the numbers.
Dubai: The merger of Austrian Airlines and Lufthansa will have "no immediate effect" on Middle East routes as of now, Austrian Airlines spokeswoman Pia Stradiot told Gulf News in a telephone interviewAaWednesday.