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Synonyms for sterling

Synonyms for sterling

British money

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Operating profit for Swedish Match product areas, excludes share of net profit in STG.
Treadwell, Managing Director with STG. "We have nearly a decade of experience partnering with our companies to leverage data, technology, and analytics to deliver breakthrough insight for customers and to expand operations in a cost-effective, timely and thoughtful fashion...ImpactRx is a strong company, and a terrific starting point for STG to bring its operations-focused approach to investing in the life sciences industry.
Finally, the success of any unit relies not only on the information developed and catalogued but in the collaborative efforts of all those who need this information and may have other pieces to the STG. Intelligence-gathering is not effective if it is not shared with all who are authorized by law to have this intelligence.
"With PSI talent assessment instruments we will increase the number of qualified candidates for leading technology companies in India," said Yogesh Vaidya, Chairman and CEO of STG.
Based around a light weight steel frame and powered by a titanium-filled short-stro ke 998cc fourcylinder engine, it is finished in the correct livery and carries a saleroom estimate of EUR110,000 - EUR130,000 stg. The She ene bikes on offer date from later on in his 500cc World Championship career, the 1983 Suzuki XR40 and 1984 Suzuki XR45.
According to the court, the inmates' free exercise rights were not violated by the STG policies and practices because the officials had a legitimate and neutral objective in maintaining order and security in the prison system, and the officials had adequate grounds to conclude that the inmates were "core members" of an STG. The court noted that the inmates had alternative means available to practice their religion, which they call the Five Percent Nation.
"Our stores want the same thing consumers want--high quality items at affordable prices," said Artie Fecera, owner of Fecera's Furniture, here, and president of the STG.