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Synonyms for sodium

a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group

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In terms of standalone results, SODIC logged EGP 154.
We looked for a leading TV everywhere provider and chose Anevia for their innovative head-end based on advanced technologies," said Hisham Salah, Chief Information Officer at Sodic.
However, despite the large improvements in soil quality using these treatments, all the soils at the end of the trial were still classed as highly saline and sodic (ESP>15%, Table 3).
In the first half of 2014, SODIC made a profit of 90.
However, amidst the seemingly undiminished turmoil in the country, SODIC turned its attention to smaller residential projects, many Egyptians saw
SODIC was not affected by those investigations, but the turmoil since the 2011 uprising scared off the foreign investors who funded Egypt's biggest real estate projects.
Graft probes into questionable land purchases after the ousting of President Hosni Mubarak have not directly implicated SODIC but the firm's former chairman, the father-in-law of Mubarak's eldest son, is facing trial.
Analysts say firms such as SODIC and Amer Group may have been oversold given stronger balance sheets that should help them weather the storm and a presence in sectors beyond high-end homes such as commercial property.
Information generated so far on reclamation and management of sodic soils showed that, these alkali lands can be put to crop production provided they are ameliorated through amendments.
KARACHI, May 16, 2010 (Balochistan Times): A project PC-1 was in process of approval for a project proposed by the present government for reclamation of saline sodic soils in ADP-2009-10.
Sodic has around five million square meters under development in residential and commercial projects East and West of Cairo.
SODIC (Sixth of October Development and Investment Corporation), a public joint stock firm led by high-achieving Egyptian professionals, owns an impressive 3.
He also noted that the US-based Ripplewood Holdings is planning to acquire an additional stake of 10% in SODIC, which is an indicator of foreign investors' trust and interest in boosting investments in the North African nation.