BIAL


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BIALBengaluru International Airport Limited (Bangalore, India)
BIALBulletin of the Institute of Archaeology (University of London)
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70 per diluted share, upfront payment that Sepracor made to Bial as part of the licensing agreement for the development and commercialization of Bial's anti-epileptic compound, eslicarbazepine acetate, in the U.
Sales of prestige sterling flatware are up, Bial said, notably Syratech's Tuttle brand of sterling.
Our attorneys are very mobile and often travel to places where there is no Internet access," Bial said.
1,2,3,4,5,6A Marketing Authorization Application for eslicarbazepine acetate was submitted to the EMEA in March 2008 by its innovator, Bial - Portela & C(a), S.
It's the second year for us [with the program] and it continues to be a growth category," said Scott Bial, executive vice president for Wallace.
Scott Bial, vice president of Wallace Silversmiths, noted that large flatware sets, especially in the $100 to $200 price range, are strong sellers for the fourth quarter, owing to the increasing trend of home entertaining.
BIAL is strongly committed to therapeutic innovation on research and development every year.
The following eslicarbazepine acetate abstracts submitted by BIAL are accepted for presentation at this year's International Epilepsy Congress meeting:
BIAL is a Public Limited company under Indian Companies Act formed to build, own and operate the largest greenfield private sector-owned and operated airport in India -- the Bangalore International Airport.
The upstairs set business is increasing, and intruding upon the place-setting business because the quality of the stainless steel is "terrific," according to Bial.
Being one of the top infrastructure companies of India, GVK group steers the BIAL with an equity stake of 43% in the public-private conglomerate.
Approved in Europe in 2009, Zebinix is currently available in Albania*, Austria, Czech Republic, Cyprus*, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Malta*, Norway, Portugal*, Republic of Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, Spain (co-promotion with BIAL, the developer of Zebinix[sup.