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a native inhabitant of the Occident

an artificial language

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denoting or characteristic of countries of Europe and the western hemisphere


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It was that very wonder which unsettled my sympathy of a dense Occidental. I could get hold of nothing but of some commonplace phrases, those futile phrases that give the measure of our impotence before each other's trials I mumbled something to the effect that, for the young, life held its hopes and compensations.
This low emissions energy utilisation project and approach is one aspect being explored and commercialized by Occidentals Low Carbon Ventures business unit in partnership with asset teams across their global operations.
Steve Kelly, President and General Manager of Occidental of Oman said, We are excited about working with GlassPoint to enhance our environmental stewardship in Oman and strengthen Occidentals position in the lower-carbon economy.
GlassPoint Solar and Occidental of Oman have announced signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that could lead to a large solar thermal energy plant, exceeding two gigawatts, at the Mukhaizna oilfield in the Sultanate of Oman.
Occidental Petroleum has offered a new and "superior bid" to acquire Anadarko Petroleum Corporation.
With 2018 revenues of only $17.8 billion, Occidental nonetheless topped Chevron's bid to acquire Anadarko in a raging bidding war the likes of which the U.S.
(https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/06/anadarko-says-occidentals-buyout-offer-is-superior-to-chevron-deal.html) Occidental's cash-and-stock proposal remained at $76 per share, or $38 billion.
The best play in the takeover battle over Anadarko Petroleum (APC) is Occidental Petroleum (OXY), with its shareholders having so far been cool to its bid for the former, which topped a rival $33B offer from Chevron (CVX), Andrew Bary writes in this week's edition of Barron's.