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having the shape of a curve everywhere equidistant from a fixed point

not taking a direct or straight line or course

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an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

having a circular shape

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describing a circle

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The Accenture Strategy Award for Circular Economy Multinational: IKEA, for working with a circular model in all aspects of their companys operations.
Circular knitting clearly has the edge over both of these in terms of productivity and variety of patterns.
IMF is continuously exerting pressure on the government to reduce circular debts and increase tariff, due to which constitution of NEPRA is being amended.
When looking at the impact of a major retailer's Easter Day shopping circular, Catalina's data scientists found that nearly two-thirds of all shopping bas kets did not include a single UPC from among the 2,424 advertised items in the circular.
Mohsin Aziz said that the electricity shortage still existed and circular debt was also looming over.
If the transaction involves a listed firm and is required to be disclosed to the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), Circular 16-002 requires the parties to notify the PCC prior to the execution of the transaction, otherwise before the close of business of the first working day after that in which the covered transaction occurred.
If no recovery has been made so far from that circular debt amounting to Rs.
For many years, Circular 230, Regulations Governing Practice Before the Internal Revenue Service (31 C.
Supermarkets accounted for roughly two-thirds of circular promotions for body gels and washes in the 52 weeks to January 10, the ECRM data show.
The Circular reminds lawyers, other legal professionals and public notaries that they are subject to certain obligations in accordance with:
More than 50 circular storage units have been supplied to China and Taiwan since the 1990s.
Moreover, the site is geo-based, so only relevant circulars are visible to consumers.
The circular urged security units to carefully analyse the entrances and exits frequently used by the illegal migrants and ensure coordination with the related institutions.
2 : a circular band usually of precious metal worn especially on the finger as jewelry
ISRI) has released the 2006 edition of its Scrap Specifications Circular, which features a new design to make the document easier to use.