Auriga


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Synonyms for Auriga

a conspicuous constellation in the northern hemisphere

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Global Banking News-November 5, 2011--Claude to Divest 46% Interest in Nokomis Property to Auriga Gold Corp(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
25 August 2011 - Danish agrochemical group Auriga Industries A/S (CPH:AURI B) saw its net profit decline 22% on the year to DKK53m in April-June 2011.
Near the zenith, our map shows the location of three in Auriga: M38, M36, and, brightest of the three, M37.
Auriga Leader set out on its maiden voyage on December 19, 2008, and completed its fourth voyage on July 13, 2009, a total of 207 days.
The "Strongest in Lithuania" certificate demonstrates to business partners and customers that Auriga is not only financially sound but also strong and responsible.
The Auriga open clusters are appealing for a number of reasons, not least because each one is distinct.
Prior to the acquisition, Auriga held an undivided 54% interest in the Nokomis Property, which is contiguous to the Puffy Lake Property and part of the Maverick Gold Project.
Cheminova, part of Auriga, will sell the fungicide in Brazil.
(AAM808) HEALTHCARE IT OVERVIEW u GENE MANNHEIMER u AURIGA USA, LLC.
The Auriga Leader, a 60,213 gross ton car carrier, sailed from Kobe port on December 19 with a full cargo of Toyota Motor cars.
London, United Kingdom, September 28, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Auriga, specialists in cyber security, technology and risk management, today warned that the time taken between detection and response, as evidenced in the Yahoo!
InnoBio fund, managed by Francea[euro](tm)s CDC Entreprises, contributed EUR6m and existing shareholders Auriga Partners and Seventure Partners provided the remainder.
30 May 2011 - SEB Enskilda has upgraded its recommendation on Danish agrochemical group Auriga Industries A/S (CPH: AURI B) to "buy" from "hold" after the company posted better-than-expected first-quarter results.