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The latest investment, together with a PS230,000 Innovate UK award secured in late 2015, will allow Evince to accelerate key aspects of its technology development programme, while also continuing to strengthen its patent portfolio.
Evince CEO, Dr Gareth Taylor, said the device was so revolutionary the company saw itself "pushing an open door" with potential investors.
Entering nothing while asserting to be gainfully occupied does not evince an honest and reasonable attempt at preparing an accurate Year 1 return.
County Durham firm Evince recently saw three of its biggest investors, the Carbon Trust, Imperial Innovations and North Star Equity Investors, pull out of its biggest investment round to date, leaving the compan y to look for alternative funding.
It didn't seem to matter to the five-member majority that the city's porous redevelopment plan did not evince any intelligible purpose, let alone the public use that the Constitution requires.
The jokes get far darker and far more pointed about the awful elusiveness of the American Dream, but, coated with the saccharine of kid-TV cliches, they evince laughs rather than the bitter rumination that inspired them.
County Durham-based Evince was one of 20 UK companies - and the only one from the North East - to be chosen from 150 applicants to take part in the high-profile Clean & Cool Mission.
The bishop recommended pastoral church programs, particularly with some of the new ecclesial movements which evince the healing power of the Christian community, as aids to regular treatments for the problem.
Evince Technology, which is poised to win pounds 2m of venture capital funding, has made a commercially viable model of a high-voltage switch which it says could make renewable energy generation able to supply power much more cheaply than current silicon switches.
While at times captivated by an "expert"--whether a Harvard professor or someone like Ross Perot--with a perfect plan, Americans more usually evince healthy skepticism toward authority of all sorts, a tendency that has been waxing strongly over the past few decades.
While deploying a Modernist idiom in the design of new building on the Les Aligues site, Fuses and Viader evince regional sensibilities which have been honed over the years by various schemes in and around Gerona.
County Durham-based Evince Technology has been developing its new technology since setting up in 2004 and expects to be a multi-million pound turnover business once it goes to market, which it hopes will be in two years' time.
The deals Ward Hadaway advised on included a pounds 500,000 investment in Evince Technology Ltd led by specialist technology venture capital firm NorthStar Equity Investors (NSEI) with London-based Low Carbon Seed Fund and Imperial Innovations also investing.
As with similar works from the '70s, here Baldessari catenates multiple instances of a single motif--whether women's eyes, thick ropes, or red lines--not to garner any cohesive definition of each category but, rather, to evince from them unexpected tongue twisters.
Even though ``Pasadena'' (shot, ironically, in Vancouver, British Columbia, which actually boasts neighborhoods that, save their lack of palm trees, convincingly evince Pasadena) comes courtesy of writer Mark White (writer/star of the sublime no-budget film ``Chuck and Buck'') and director Diane Keaton, there's virtually nothing that suggests the collaborators' quirky vision.