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Then, not long after, Mr Fossick died and Mr Blair became the sole owner.
One would question why these developers would go overseas when the opportunity in the local market was good, Fossick said.
According to Fossick the uptick in vacancy rate is a natural consequence as the country's supply of office spaces in 2016 will reach its peak of 870,000 square meters.
Held in Dublin, the ceremony also saw the appointment of Robert Mayhew as vice-president, while Martin Brhl and Welshamn Chris Fossick will continue in their roles as vice-presidents.
Martin Bruehl and Chris Fossick join Louise Brooke-Smith as Vice Presidents, while Bill Gater has replaced Alex Baird as RICS Honorary Treasurer and Rob Mahoney will continue in his role of RICS Honorary Secretary.
Operation Fossick saw officers storm pubs and domestic premises in the town centre.
Those interested in the exact reference for this quote are encouraged to fossick through all of the interminable volumes.
Examples include the FAST Multimedia Search Engine (FAST, 2000), Alta Vista (AltaVista, 2003), Google Image Search (Google, 2003), Singingfish Multimedia Search (SingingFish, 2002), Friskit Music Streaming Media Search (Friskit, 2002), and the Fossick Online Multimedia and Digital Image Search (Fossick, 2003).
The stewards found that Holland's mount had interfered with The Fossick a furlong and a half into the race and that the interference was caused by careless riding.
Nevertheless, jurisprudence -- especially analytical jurisprudence in the tradition of Bentham, Austin, Hart, and Dworkin -- continues to fossick around, apparently oblivious to the postmodern revolution.
Jones Lang LaSalle International Director Christopher Fossick will moderate the panel to which Marc Boey, General Manager, Land Sales, International, Urban Redevelopment Authority (Singapore), Ian Mackie, Chief Investment Officer, Jones Lang LaSalle (Singapore) and John Pattar Managing Director, Property Fund I & II, CLSA Capital Partner (HK) Ltd have been invited to intervene.
In a briefing yesterday, JLL managing director for Singapore and Southeast Asia Christopher Fossick said that among various office property markets in the region, Philippines and Vietnam were among the most attractive.
After surviving TB in his twenties, James - known as Wilf - married Kath in 1940 and brought up two children, Marjorie Fossick and Derek.
Chris Fossick, Managing Director JLL, Southeast Asia said: "Singapore's office markets have been buoyant for the past three years, as continuing regional growth has driven companies to establish a presence in the city state.