RODI


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RODIReverse Osmosis Deionized (water)
RODIRegister of Digitisation Initiatives (New Zealand)
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Lauro Rodi, regional manager at Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance, Mark Brazier, director of PAB Coventry and Mark Harnett, relationship manager at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking
Phil Davies (Lloyds), Jonathan <B Thacker, and Lauro Rodi (Lloyds)
The two Catholic leaders who signed the lawsuit are Rodi and Birmingham Bishop Robert J.
In-depth seminars about home decor and textile trends will be led by four international trend forecasters including: Chris Sanderson, Gobetti Davide, Nelly Rodi, and Sachiko Inoue.
The results of surveys are troubling," declared Rodi Kratsa-Tsagaropoulou (EPP, Greece).
Brand owner GlaxoSmithKline unveiled the news for its Lucozade Sport, Energy and Alert brands this week, with Chris Rodi, group brand manager for Lucozade Sport, admitting that new competitors in the sports and energy drink market--combined with the effects of the recession on consumer spending--had slowed growth of Lucozade Sport last year.
This came as he met business adviser with the International Executive Service Corps Rodi Vogel, an FTA expert assigned to work with the Industry and Commerce Ministry for six months from this month.
13 October 2009 - Dutch pet food manufacturer Rodi Petfood Group is today looking for new investors after the withdraw of support from bankers ABN AMRO.
The winner in each category will receive a customised Maxi-Cosi Rodi XR child seat with their design and the two runners-up will receive the car seat, available in four colours.
One was crushed, she was absolutely just devastated,'' Deputy Michael Rodi said.
Mary Beth Martina, lamenting the possibility that Bishop Thomas Rodi of Biloxi may close her child's Hurricane Katrina-ravaged school (Chicago Tribune, Jan.
A study released by the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences (Lutzer, Maxwell, & Rodi, 2002) reported that bachelor's degrees granted in mathematics fell 19 percent between 1990 and 2000, at a time when overall undergraduate enrollment rose 9 percent.