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Synonyms for postilion

someone who rides the near horse of a pair in order to guide the horses pulling a carriage (especially a carriage without a coachman)

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A stunning aria like Florestan's despairing soliloquy from Fidelio is severely truncated, while a repetitive bit of fluff like "Mes amis, eoutez l'histoire" from Adam's Le postilion de Lonjumeau is heard essentially complete.
With 23 of the 24 banks in Nigeria and the central payments switch all using Postilion software, the company is playing a crucial role in migrating the card programs and acceptance infrastructure of these institutions to chip and PIN technology.
Summary: Postilion, a leading global provider of payments software solutions and a division of S1 Corporation (NASDAQ: SONE), today announced that Zapa Technology has chosen Postilion to be the core payments platform for its new mobile prepaid top-up, loyalty, and gift card processing services for European retailers.
Postilion, global provider of payments software solutions and a division of S1 Corporation, announced yesterday that Rakbank had selected Postilion Solutions to drive the bank's ATM network.
The role of chairman, which is a voluntary postilion, remains vacant and the branch is currently being run by committee members.
Mumbai, Mar 2 (ANI/Business Wire India): Postilion, a leading provider of software solutions for self-service banking and payments and a division of S1 Corporation today announced that Prizm Payments, a service provider based in India, has implemented a Postilion payments processing platform.
Most of the breaches that occur in the retail environment are due to the fact that credit card information that is stored is somehow compromised," says Malik Velani, global product manager for Postilion Payments, a payment processing provider based in Norcross, Ga.
When we come out of this recession we should be in a strong postilion so it is business as usual.
Postilion, a division of S1 Corporation (Nasdaq: SONE) and a provider of integrated solutions for payments and self-service banking, announced on 7 August that the Banco Occidental de Descuento (BOD), a large financial institution in Venezuela, is implementing a full suite of Postilion products for ATM and POS terminal driving, payment switching, and card management.
eService SA, the wholly owned acquiring arm of PolandCOs largest retail bank, PKO Bank Polski SA, has installed its 50,000th POS terminal driven by Postilion in Poland.
a leading global provider of integrated solutions for self-service banking and payment processing and a division of S1 Corporation (NASDAQ:SONE) announced that fifteen customers have deployed the latest Postilion Voice Banking solution in order to offer their customers superior interactive voice response (IVR) services.
Johnstone: "and though the Postilion costume of the fancy dress ball is absolutely detestable in its silliness and vulgarity, the so-called Late-Georgian costume in the same plate is rather pleasing.
Which British actor and author wrote the autobiography entitled A Postilion Struck By Lightning?
Now it would seem Worthington and Norwich are set to 'put up' a tantalising offer on the table and this time Jones many not be in a postilion to refuse even if he wants to.
She is, however, not immune to the usual frustrations and irritations of travel whether they be in the form of a "churlish brute" of a postilion (Holmes, 1987:157), or "comfortless" inns (Holmes, 1987:71)with their airless rooms and over-soft duvets, getting under which she describes as like "sleeping between two down beds" (Holmes, 1987:86).