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the ending of a series or sequence

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the last (24th) letter of the Greek alphabet

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Under terms of the transaction, Cooke has acquired all outstanding shares of Omega Protein for USD 22 per share in cash, or a total value of approximately USD 500m.
Cook said the acquisition of Omega Protein will help further diversify the supply side of its business and supports the strategy of responsible growth as a leader in seafood production.
Environmentalists and fishermen opposed the unregulated harvest of menhaden, and Omega Protein insisted that there was no problem.
But Hurricane Katrina in 2005, followed by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, forced Omega Protein to rely increasingly on Atlantic menhaden to make up for their damaged factories and shortened fishing seasons in the Gulf--much to the dismay of fishermen and residents along the Atlantic coast.
To determine whether or not Omega Protein is overfishing menhaden, the government relies on a set of methods and calculations that are mystifying in their complexity.
Cyvex Nutrition announced in December that it has been acquired by Omega Protein Corporation, a leading producer of omega-3 fish oil and specialty fishmeal.
2 June 2010 - US fish meal and fish oil processor Omega Protein Corp (NYSE:OME) said it was extended USD10m (EUR8.
Omega Protein, the largest US producer of omega-3 fish oil and fish meal, sees little current impact from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, but product prices could increase 15-30 per cent, if it's completely shut out of the region, the company's CFO said.
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April 30 2010 - US Omega-3 fish oil and fishmeal producer, Omega Protein Corporation, has implemented an Incident Response Plan to minimise effects from the oil spill caused by the recent Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in the Gulf Of Mexico.
Their population has been hammered primarily by one company, Omega Protein, co-founded by former President George H.
Bruce Franklin (Professor of English and American Studies, Rutgers University-Newark), The Most Important Fish in the Sea is the true story the menhaden--a small, unappetizing fish harvested for its omega protein used in everything from animal feed and oil to linoleum and lipstick.
Burns' real-life counterpart is Malcolm Glazer, a billionaire tycoon who controls Omega Protein, a corporation that claims to benefit society because every year it sweeps hundreds of millions of fish from the sea, grinds them up, and turns them into high-protein animal feed, fertilizer, and oil used in linoleum, soap, lubricants, health-food supplements, cookies, and lipstick.
Reedville's Omega Protein Corporation is the most productive non-governmental fish processing facility in the world.
In 1997, von Rosenberg became CEO of Houston-based Omega Protein, a fish-processing enterprise that was founded in 1913.