Global Services was named "Cool Vendor" by Gartner in 2007.
CRISIL has assigned its 'B-/Stable/P4' ratings to the bank facilities of Epitome
Petrochemical Pvt Ltd (EPPL).
Best of all, Amidon has translated not only Photius' epitome
, but also the earlier texts that Philostorgius used as sources and the later texts that quoted Philostorgius or drew upon his ecclesiastical history as a source.
Augustine of Hippo, considered marriage a mere remedy for sexual desire and would probably be a little surprised to see marriage's glorious, if appropriate, rehabilitation as the "epitome
Heck, I'm a fundamentalist father of six homeschooled children--the very epitome
of crunchiness, according to Dreher.
Solomon, the great king and son of David (also one who "got around"), was said to be the epitome
of the wise man.
These establishments, by virtue of their proximity to Sunburst, can serve trout that were swimming in mountain water less than 24 hours before: the epitome
Returning to the US for the second part, Jamie documents an annual hot dog-eating contest at Coney Island--the epitome
of American lowbrow culture.
THE family of the 100th British soldier to die in Iraq since the start of the war paid tribute to a proud family man who was "the epitome
of a modern, professional soldier".
The Tea Board of Kenya's current chairman, Nicholas Nganga stated: "During his tenure at the Board, Nkanata became the epitome
and face of the tea industry in Kenya and the architect of many of its programs.
He seemed the epitome
of the Southern establishment.
WANT to know the epitome
of what my nan might have called a proper charlie?
But the author's view seems almost impossibly idealistic in a business environment preoccupied with compliance and competition, where fanciful and speculative thinking rarely seems like a good use of time, in fact, it seems like the epitome
Gilbert might have put it, "the very model of a modern major dancer." Born in Potomac, Maryland, he is the epitome
of what we are beginning to think of as a thirdstream dancer.
The colorful, well-designed magazine is named Zurwat al-Sanam, Arabic for "The Bp of the Camel's Hump"--a reference among Islamic militants to "the epitome
of belief and virtuous activity" ...