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That's all right," said the Stork, who was flying along beside them.
Thank you," replied Dorothy, and then the kind Stork flew into the air and was soon out of sight.
Fluor Corporation (NYSE:FLR) on Tuesday reported that one of its companies, Stork won a one-year contract plus two options of one-year each from Chrysaor.
Stork has worked with Ecopetrol for more than 30 years and we look forward to strengthening our relationship by continuing to provide first-class operations and maintenance services, said Jorge Estrada, regional vice president of Stork Latin America and Offshore.
Kaluga's passion for the white stork even recently took him to Lebanon.
BIRDS of a computer-animated feather flock together in Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland's lightweight family adventure where the gift of parenthood comes from cloudless blue skies courtesy of storks, who deliver baby boys and girls to tearful parents.
The myth of the stork delivering babies is certainly an entrenched part of our culture, and a long time ago it was a convenient wink of a way to explain procreation to young children.
White storks are among a growing number of migratory species that have changed their behavior due to human influences and global environmental change.
Stork is a global provider of maintenance, modification and asset integrity services associated with large existing industrial facilities in the oil and gas, chemicals, petrochemicals, industrial and power markets.
Fluor will combine Stork with its own operations and maintenance business, which will take the Stork name and operate with a headquarters in the Netherlands under Stork chief executive Arnold Steenbakker.
Fluor Corporation (NYSE:FLR) signed an agreement with UK-based private equity firm Arle Capital Partners, to acquire 100% of Stork Holding BV based in the Netherlands, for an investment of EUR695m, it revealed together with Stork on Monday.
Covering thousands of kilometers from the Africa as of March, the storks reach Turkey and other European countries to pass the winter.
The company launched a prescription version of The Stork in 2013 and since has taken the product over the counter, with Food and Drug Administration clearance received in the summer of 2014.
Among the conclusions of the report for Stork was the startling prediction that by the year 2000 all textiles would be printed digitally.