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Synonyms for candle

the basic unit of luminous intensity adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites

examine eggs for freshness by holding them against a light

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Hannah Mullins, executive director with Candler County Industrial Authority, said, "We are delighted to welcome Everdigm America to the business community.
We completed the construction of a new line at Candler, and we brought the global Sontara nonwovens business into our group through the recent acquisition from DuPont," says Mikkelsen.
This has been achieved, Mr Candler said, by focusing on customers and investing in staff training.
In this sale, we leveraged Candler Tower's desirability with a profitable sale that will enable Paramount Group to further grow its national portfolio of Class A office properties in the country's preeminent business centers.
Candler Hospital is presently leading the American hospital pharmacy industry by engaging Health Robotics' assistance to improve quality, reduce labor and medication expenses, and increase Sterile Compounding throughput with less staff, through the installation of i.
Candler also reportedly represented the buyer of Robert Hurst's apartment at 950 Fifth Avenue, listed by Brown Harris Stevens' Cathy Franklin, in late 2010 for $25 million, though Candler declined to comment on the transaction.
Traditional knowledge has a depth you don't get in other kinds of studies," said Craig Candler, primary author of the report, whose firm Firelight Group was commissioned by the two northern First Nations.
The service is to take place the United Reformed Church on Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, where Margaret Candler and her choir will be leading the singing.
But regardless of the poor friend count, Councillor Martin Candler is happy the council is at the forefront in e-communications.
If anything, more jobs will be created," said finance director Courtney Candler.
Boylesports' trader Russ Candler agreed, and he was happy to stay top-price 4-1 despite the favourites being "the second-worst result in our book".
Founded in 1964 by its namesake Ray Candler, Candler Coffee was a pioneer in the Office Coffee Services industry.
By happy accident the Library in 1973 received from descendants of Curtis Candler his diary from July 1867 to March 1868, which includes the period of the visit of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, which is when Gill's drawings were made.
Candler advances the John Milbank/ Catherine Pickstock hermeneutics of recovery of medieval theology and suspicion of univocal Derridean notions of "the book" by arguing for "new ways of reading the Glossa Ordinaria and the Summa Theologiae, as informed by Augustine's account of rhetoric" (165).
Candler, FL, a manufacturer of replacement bearing assemblies for large "matrix" pumps used in mining, solved a service-life problem with dimensional measurement and inspection.